A recent study shows that a third of us have tried to get a stretched fingers, a clenched fist or other aggressive gestures on the road, when we move out in traffic.
In Køge yesterday settled a 21-year-old woman, however, not to turn out in the blue air. She hit namely a 65-year-old man right in the face.
Shortly after at 14 notified the man, who is from Christchurch, that he had been exposed to violence after an episode of disagreement in the traffic.
According to the patrol on the spot were the circumstances, that the young woman was driving his car at Stensbjergvej against Nørre Boulevard, when there was disagreement with the bagvedkørende 65-year-old man about how close the two cars drove on each other. The writing in the Middle - and West zealand Police, in its sample daily report.
At Niels Juelsgade should the woman swing, which is why she slowed down. But when she felt that the bagvedkørende man harassed her by running close to, stopped, she, instead, to go back and talk with the 65-year-old.
The two parties came up to quarrel, and there was uproar. The 65-year-old was a punched in the head, then his eyebrow split.
The 21-year-old woman was questioned and charged with assault.
- When she goes over to him, she gets hit by his car door. She has an experience of, that he is hotheaded, and he is stepping up the conflict, so she needs to defend itself. She feels it is self-defense, telling the communications officer at Mid and West zealand Police Charlotte Tornquist to Ekstra Bladet.
- There is no material damage, and she also has no damage. He has damage, which shows it is dramatically, what has happened to him.
the Police now need to investigate the matter finished in the dispute between the two drivers, after which the prosecution will take the position as to how the matter should be settled.
- In such cases where there is a mutual conflict, it will be a legal assessment of whether you are equally good about it, says Charlotte Tornquist.