An Australian family drove two kilometres to a police station – with a man clinging to the bonnet of their SUV following a road-rage incident.
Krish Kalli was driving through Dandenong in Melbourne’s south east on Saturday afternoon when he was confronted by the man at the intersection of Webster Street and Princes Highway.
The family used an iPhone to capture dramatic footage of the incident, which starts with an argument at traffic lights.
The driver of the utility accused Mr Kalli of cutting him off before returning to his car and driving a few metres up the road.
The footage shows that he then abandoned his vehicle in the middle of the road and confronted the Kalli family a second time.
The driver can then be seen grabbing the bull bar of the SUV. The man clung to the bull bar as Mr Kalli edged slowly forward.
The family phoned police and can be heard trying to explain the situation to a puzzled officer on the other end of the line.
The ordeal ended after the 2km drive to Dandenong police station.
Mr Kalli said he feared for the safety of his family and was worried the man would attack him if he got out of his vehicle.
A police spokesman said both men have been quizzed about the incident and both could be charged.