Gold Coast road rage fight caught on camera

Nadine Carroll
·2-min read

Motorists on the Gold Coast watched on in shock as two drivers traded blows in a disturbing road rage incident.

Video captured the moment the confrontation between a 23-year-old man and a 67-year-old man became violent at an intersection in Queensland.

It鈥檚 believed the incident began after a minor collision, Nine News reports.

A road rage incident in Queensland between a 23-year-old man and a 67-year-old man
Video captured the moment the confrontation between a 23-year-old man and a 67-year-old man became violent. Source: Nine News

In the vision the older man can be seen exiting his vehicle and walking up to the younger driver in a red hat who steps out of his car.

The younger man appears to flick the older driver under the chin. The man in his 60鈥檚 then grabs the young driver and pushes him backward.

The driver in the red cap retaliates throwing a punch, followed by another.

The older man ducks and grabs at the younger drivers legs and the two begin to struggle until another man runs and tries to pull them apart.

A road rage incident that occured on the gold Coast
Horrified motorists looked on as the two men traded blows at a Gold Coast intersection. Source: Nine News

Queensland police said they are aware of the incident and were investigating but said no formal complaint had been filed.

It comes as a terrifying incident was filmed in Sydney鈥檚 west last month that saw at least a dozen people surround a car, as they allegedly took turns kicking and climbing over the car leaving one person inside the car injured.

The road rage occurred after a reported verbal altercation at a Liverpool McDonald鈥檚 moments earlier.

Queensland police also released footage of a brutal attack that took pace in a car park in November where a 20-year-old man was charged with allegedly attacking a car with a baseball bat while a scared 72-year-old female driver sat inside.

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