Bicycle and motorists are not always right away, sometimes it comes to heated discussions. It is not in the word games or trying to each other in spite. Sometimes a Situation degenerates – so evening events on Wednesday at the Stauffacher bridge in Zurich's Kreis 4, such as "20 minutes" reported.
The two protagonists are a multi-millionaire real estate owner and Ex-squatters, Steff Fischer and a 1.90 m tall man who drives a black SUV. Fishermen dubbed him later as a "gorilla man". At the beginning of the conflict, the failure of the Velofahrers stand – the fishing is also. "I've got me totally incorrect behavior, and I am at a crossroads on Red," says the multi-millionaire.
"I'll kill you!"
It had honked the horn of the SUV-the driver is indignant. "I threw my hands to my Anger known. I don't even like police officers called," says Fischer. But then the Situation escalated, as Fischer says. "The SUV driver stopped and stormed out of his vehicle. He grabbed me and screamed in my face: "I'll kill you!"" The car driver should have pulled fishermen to the bridge railing. "He tried to throw me in the river. I defended myself as best I could. He screamed incessantly, that he was going to kill me," says Fischer.
The motorist should have it in the Stauffacher bridge in Zurich to the railing and tried to dragged, to throw fishermen into the river. Image: Andrea payer
A group of young passers-by approached. "Fortunately," as Fischer says. "If you had not intervened courageously, could have been All bad for me. In retrospect, I would even say that you have saved my life. The drivers would have thrown me, presumably from the bridge."
"It was like a bad Trip,"
After the incident, has not felt Fischer intoxicating. "I was in shock, had pain and could not sleep. It was like a bad Trip", the real estate owner. He could understand the frustration of motorists. "I can understand, if one is verbally abusive. But that someone wants to kill a cyclist, you can't." Fischer draws, in turn, provisional measures. "I'm going to pay attention in the next ten days, not a red light, miss."
The incident is the city police of Zurich known as spokesman Marc Surber on request says. There had been a dispute between a motorist and a cyclist. "The cyclist has lodged a complaint." The investigation is going.
Created: 01.11.2019, 08:09 PM