The man in bizarre road rage reaction

The video emerging today showing a man in anger, screaming in a parked car, presumably the driver, before walking to the front of the vehicle.

He then proceeds to climb on top of the Mercedes sedan, where he began to jump up and down on the hood of the car in the great day of the CBD to the street.

The man can be seen screaming in the parked car. Photo: Channel Nine

An elderly man can be seen looking at and talking to the man in the clip of the incident, according to police, took place on Pulteney Street, around 10am. Concerned passers-by called the police, who arrived quickly on the scene.

South australia, the Police told the news.com.the au that the man would have assaulted the driver in the vicious attack.

“A man has been arrested after a disturbance in Pulteney Street, Adelaide, involving a pedestrian and a car, the male pedestrian would have assaulted the driver of a car and damaged the victim’s car,” a spokesman for the force said.

The man was arrested and charged with damage to property and assault, and will face court at a later date.

According to 9 NEWS, witnesses said the man began kicking the door of the Mercedes before he climbed on the roof of the vehicle.

The incident took place on Pulteney Street. Photo: Channel Nine

The incident comes after a series of shocking road rage incidents in other parts of Australia, including a savage attack in Queensland, two weeks ago — which left a man fighting for his life. A court heard, yesterday, that the victim Brock First, he was beaten so severely that it “could die” from his wounds.

The Police alleged that a group of men traveling in a white van at Yatala on the northern Gold Coast attacked the Prime with a metal bar, perhaps a tire iron or a crowbar, and abandoned by the side of the road.

Three men have been charged in this case.

The attack came just a day after New Zealand man has been sentenced to six years in prison over the course of 2015, the rage of the road to the death of Queensland man on a Brisbane highway.

Tamate Heke, aged 38, was found guilty in the Brisbane Supreme Court to the unlawful striking causing death for the punching of 50 years, Shane Merrigan, in the head on the side of the Bridge of the Highway and causing him to fall in the path of 13.7 tonnes of garbage truck.