An Uber Eats driver was attacked and thrown from a bridge following a horrifying road rage incident.
The disgusting assault was captured on camera by witnesses. The clip shows a man and a woman confronting the delivery driver on the side of a road in Cuautitlán Izcalli, Mexico.
The incident occurred on Wednesday (July 20) when the Uber Eats worker, identified as Guillermo got into an argument with another motorist on the bridge.
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After being confronted, the motorist turned violent and began to shove the 26-year-old, who was still wearing his helmet.
Guillermo appears to be shoved by the motorist's female companion before the two men appear to exchange words back and forth.
The footage appears to show Guillermo attempting to leave the scene but continuing to be provoked by the pair, he returns and punches the male companion in the chest.
The two men then scuffle before the man pushes the food delivery employee over the side of the bridge.
Guillermo is thrown over the bridge's metal barrier and disappears out of the camera's sight.
The Attorney General's Office for the State of Mexico saw the video on social media and is investigating.
Guillermo was taken in an ambulance to a hospital in Naucalpan where he was treated for a fractured left leg.
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The driver who pushed him has not yet been found by local police.
In another bizarre incident, a woman has taken road rage to the next level after she held up traffic to damage a car and film the driver who clipped the vehicle she was in.
The unidentified woman was caught walking up to a Toyota Alphard and ripping the license plate off of the front of the car.
However, she didn’t stop there. She proceeded to throw the said license plate at the vehicle's windshield. It's not known whether the plate caused any damage to the glass.
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