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Driver slaps man’s face and demands money after shocking crash

The driver confronts the other motorist at his car door (Picture: Triangle News)

This is the shocking moment a driver slaps another motorist after both of their cars were wrecked in a crash.

The motorist is filmed slurring his words in an apparent daze as the angry driver confronts him at his door.

‘Get in the car, I’ll smash your head in,’ he shouts at the hooded man who can barely string a sentence together.

People standing by the scene in East Dulwich, south London, shout ‘what are you doing?’ and ‘calm down’ as the driver traps the man between his car and the door.

He then repeatedly slaps him while another man lands a punch to his face.

The driver begins to get even more irate, and screams: ‘Shut up. You broke my car, I want some money now! I want some money now!’

Driver climbs out of wreckage and assaults man who caused crash and demands cash

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The dazed driver is repeatedly slapped in the face (Picture: CrimeLDN/Twitter)
It’s believed the crash happened in East Dulwich last Thursday (Picture: CrimeLDN/Twitter)
The two cars were totally mangled after the shocking crash (Picture: CrimeLDN/Twitter)

It’s believed the incident happened in the evening of July 29 on Lordship Lane, but the Met Police has been contacted for comment.

Anyone involved in a crash is advised to switch their engines off and make sure everyone at the scene is okay.

The AA advises: ‘Check for any injuries to yourself or your passengers.

‘If it’s a minor collision and there are no injuries, make a note of it just in case the other people later try to claim for an injury.

‘Call the police and an ambulance immediately if anyone is hurt or if the road is blocked.

‘Try to remain as calm as possible – its normal to be shaken after an accident, take a few deep breaths and try to take stock of the situation the best you can. And don’t lose your temper.

‘Don’t apologise or admit responsibility for the accident until you’re completely aware of what happened – this can protect you from liability if it wasn’t your fault.’

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