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LadyLoca Takes Metal Pole to Woman’s Car, Rams it in Violent Road Rage Fit

How angry would you get if you got into a minor crash with another car and were convinced it was the other driver’s fault? One woman went absolutely HAM on another female driver, and is now wanted by the police because of it.
Woman destroys Volkswagen with metal pole, her own car in insane road rage attack 12 photos
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It was all captured on video, which has gone viral after it was posted on social media, earning the assailant the title of LadyLoca (aka Crazy Lady). Once you’ve seen the footage, you will understand why – while also appreciate her a tad more for the ironic shirt she has on, that reads, “Nice is the new cool.” Lol.

The incident happened in the Azcapotzalco neighborhood of the Mexican capital, Mexico City, La Silla Rota reports. Apparently, the assailant and the driver of the red convertible Volkswagen got into a minor crash, and the former became so furious that she went back to her car and returned with a metal pole in her hand.

She then calmly and very deliberately proceeded to smash the other car: first the windshield and then the side mirror. Meanwhile, onlookers too afraid to step in were shouting at her from a distance to “calm down, lady, show some reason.”

Showing reason was the last thing on this woman’s list of priorities, as the video will show. After she was done smashing the car, she got back into her own vehicle and, just as people were thinking she was about to drive off, made an abrupt turn and started ramming the VW with her own car. She then backed up and did it again – at least three times over.

Luckily, the other driver was long gone from her car: you can see her bolt from the vehicle when the assailant is still at work on it with that metal pole.

La Silla Rota says that the assailant’s tags, LPY 3007, are actually registered to a 1998 Chevrolet Monza, not to the car she’s seen driving here. Police have opened an investigation, but would not offer more details on the case as of the time of press.



 
 
 
 
 

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