This horrifying video captures the second a lady is seen stomping on the windscreen of the same automobile with her shoe. The woman then runs over a man.
The footage is believed to have been shot on Saturday night at around 9 o’clock in Newcastle City Center’s Biggs Market neighborhood.
A woman is seen bending over to take off her shoe as the scene opens with a Ford Focus parked in the middle of the street with the doors open.
In front of the stunned onlookers, the woman suddenly starts banging the windscreen with her shoe while two men jump into the car.
The driver accelerates as the woman delivers her sixth blow to the vehicle, sending her flying as she holds onto the car handle.
A second man tries to jump inside the car as it quickly reverses and starts pursuing it down the road.
The woman tries again, half-heartedly, to hit the black car with her shoe, but suddenly it stops and starts to reverse back up the road.
The man is subsequently struck by the car, which causes him to fall to the ground and crash into a traffic sign.
It’s unclear what precipitated the confrontation or whether the parties involved are acquainted.
Following the commotion in Newcastle’s downtown, the police have opened an inquiry.
Police were notified of a fight involving many people on Groat Market in Newcastle just after 9 p.m. yesterday.
Officers are currently conducting inquiries to find people involved as part of an ongoing investigation into the event.
Acting Inspector Michelle Jahangiri, of Northumbria Police, said: ‘This is a very serious incident that happened in a very busy street in Newcastle city centre.
‘This could have resulted in a very serious injury, and I would like to reiterate that this type of behaviour is totally unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
‘We are aware of footage circulating on social media regarding the incident, and would ask members of the public to respect the ongoing investigation.
‘Officers are the process of identifying the victims and offenders involved, and will take robust action against anybody found to be involved.’