A taxi full of passengers was attacked by a crazed driver who grabbed a brick from the road and smashed it through a window.
The terrified customers were showered in glass as the man went on a road rage rampage in the city of Cebu in the Phillippines.
The cabbie had been driving his passengers when the grey SUV suddenly blocked its path.
A male driver then appeared and began kicking the driver's left-hand side window as terrified youngsters sat inside.
Unsure what he had done wrong he shouts, in his native Tagalog language: "What's the matter with you? What did I do?"
But the enraged man simply said: "Give me my gun."
Shockingly, the crazed driver - who gave no explanations for the outburst - picked up a brick from the central reservation and shattered the window, sending shards of glass flying towards the front two passengers.
The cabbie suffered cuts on his right hand while the girl filming the attack ran out into the street fearing for her life before the SUV drove away.
She said: "We don't know what the problem was with the driver. We were in the taxi which was moving slowly in the left hand lane.
"While in the right hand lane the SUV appeared and started to shout, complain and scream while revving the engine.
"We didn't know what the problem was and he was trying to force the taxi to the side.
"He blocked the path of the car and challenged the taxi driver to get out. Then he started kicking the door."
The taxi driver and passenger reported the incident, which happened at 3pm, to police who have issued a summons for the suspect to give evidence.
Alita Pulga, from the Land Transportation Office, said the alleged vandal had been identified and a subpoena issued to both drivers to give their side of events.
She said: "The driver is from the Bohol district but we cannot identify him pending the result of the agency's investigation."