Around 1:50 yesterday, an aggro Jaguar driver (pictured above with his head smashed into the pavement) ran the stop sign at 17th and Harrison, cutting off a woman in a Honda CRV. She slammed on her brakes before smashing his mid-life crisis and honked her horn, provoking a First In Class response, Mission Local reports:
The man then got out of his car and ran to open the woman’s driver-side door, said [witness Linda Leery]. After failing to open the victim’s door, the man tore off one of the Honda CRV’s windshield wipers and was able to open her door. He then beat her between five and 10 times with the wiper, said Leery.
“She was screaming and bleeding, and plastic from the windshield wiper was flying everywhere,” said Leery, who then drove in front of the man’s parked Jaguar in case he tried to flee.
The attacker tried to flee multiple times, so witnesses grabbed his keys and held him down until the police could arrive. The victim was "bleeding heavily," but conscious.
No word if the responding officers issued the victim a fix-it ticket for the broken wiper.