A WOMAN from Windhoek went into a fit of rage after a man from Otjiwarongo drove into the back of her car in Nelson Mandela Avenue in Windhoek.
The fender bender accident occurred on Monday when the woman suddenly stepped on her vehicle’s brakes next to the parking area of the Embassy Mini-Mark.
A witness, who saw the incident, said that the man driving a Land Cruiser station wagon with an Otjiwarongo registration number attempted to get out of the way of other motorists in the busy street when the woman jumped out of her car and onto the bonnet of his four-wheel-drive vehicle.
The driver of the Landcruiser parked on the sidewalk and attempted to speak to the enraged woman who insisted on sitting on the bonnet of the Landcruiser until the Namibian Police or members of the traffic department of the Windhoek City Police could attend the scene.
The woman refused to speak to the man from Otjiwarongo when he attempted to give her his details which would have enabled both to go to a police station where minor traffic accidents are normally registered.
No accident was however registered with the Namibian Police yet and the Windhoek City Police are not aware of the incident because none of their officials attended the scene.