Astonishing CCTV captures the moment a man HEADBUTTS a car as he rampages down a suburban street during a blazing row with a woman
- Footage shows a man kicking the rear window of a Mercedes on Sunday morning
- Kayleigh Ghent, who owns the cameras, said she saw a man and woman arguing
- Greater Manchester Police said they are investigating the incident in Woodley
Shocking CCTV footage has shown the moment a man headbutts a car as he rampages down a suburban street during a blazing row with a woman.
The video, which was taken on a quiet street in Woodley, Greater Manchester, shows a man targeting several vehicles before slamming his head into one car in the early hours on Sunday morning.
He is also seen hitting a wing mirror of a 4X4 vehicle and kicking a Mercedes.
The video, which was taken on a quiet street in Woodley, Greater Manchester, shows a man targeting several vehicles
He is seen kicking in the window of one vehicle during the shocking footage, which was taken on Sunday
Greater Manchester Police say a total of five cars – a Citroen, a Mercedes, two Nissans and a Volkswagen Golf – were damaged before a man was seen walking off towards Mill Lane recreation ground.
The cameras, which recorded the footage, are owned by Kayleigh Ghent, who claims a man was arguing with a woman as the pair went down the street.
Her Nissan Pathfinder was also damaged during the incident.
She said: ‘He came on the street and he was arguing with a girl and then just started blasting all these cars.
‘I heard all the shouting so I went to the window and he was walking down the street screaming in the woman’s face.
The cameras, which recorded the footage, are owned by Kayleigh Ghent, who claims a man was arguing with a woman as the pair went down the street
He then slams his head in to the back of one vehicle. Greater Manchester Police is investigating the incident
‘I’ve got cameras all over my property so I shouted out of the window that I’d got him on film and that I was calling the police.’
Greater Manchester Police is investigating the incident.
A police spokesman said: ‘Officers were called to Bridge Avenue at about 12.05pm on Sunday to reports five cars had been damaged at about 6.30am that day.
‘The suspect is described as a white man, with red hair and a muscular build. He was wearing a grey North Face t-shirt and tracksuit bottoms and trainers. He fled the scene.’
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting incident number 986 of August 6.