Thug attacks Domino’s delivery driver by smashing a wine bottle through his window

Thug is caught on camera attacking a Domino’s delivery driver by smashing a wine bottle through his window in road rage attack

  • Driver Kamran Hussain, 27, was making delivery at 4am in Liverpool city centre
  • Thug, holding wine bottle, approaches from behind and smashes his car window
  • Also opened Mr Hussin’s boot before he could start his Fiat Punto and drive away
  • Claims the man wrongly accused him of trying to run him over

This is the moment a crazed yob smashed a wine bottle through the window of a Domino’s driver at the end of his 14-hour shift.

Kamran Hussain was making a delivery at around 4am on Friday, when the thug suddenly appeared on James Street in Liverpool city centre and, according to Mr Hussain, wrongly accused the 27-year-old of trying to run him over.

The attacker then opened his driver’s door and began punching him repeatedly in the head and pulling his shirt.

Mr Hussain got out and armed himself with a badminton racket that was in his boot.

But the yob had managed to find an empty wine bottle from a nearby bin and smashed it through the driver’s window, narrowly missing his head, but showering him in shards of broken glass.

Next, he looked in Mr Hussain’s boot and hurled some engine oil over him, before the victim managed to start his Fiat Punto and escape.

The Domino’s employee, who came to Liverpool in 2008, told the Liverpool Echo: ‘If that wine bottle had hit me in the head it would have been game over.

Domino's driver Kamran Hussain is seen sat in his car in Liverpool city centre at the end of his 14-hour shift, after arguing with a man who claimed he had tried to run him over

Domino’s driver Kamran Hussain is seen sat in his car in Liverpool city centre at the end of his 14-hour shift, after arguing with a man who claimed he had tried to run him over

Thug approaches from behind with a wine bottle he has found, as Mr Hussain sits unaware

Thug approaches from behind with a wine bottle he has found, as Mr Hussain sits unaware

‘I’ve done nothing wrong, I was simply doing my job.

‘I just thought, “what the hell”, I was so shocked. It’s bizarre, I’ve never seen this guy in my life.

‘I want people to see what these idiots can do. My family and friends can’t believe it.’

The shocking footage was captured on Mr Hussain’s dash cam.

The thug smashes it through the driver's window, narrowly missing his head, but showering him in shards of broken glass

The thug smashes it through the driver’s window, narrowly missing his head, but showering him in shards of broken glass

The 27-year-old has struggled to sleep since the incident, and has been too unwell to return to work. He said he has to cover the cost of the damage to his Punto himself

The 27-year-old has struggled to sleep since the incident, and has been too unwell to return to work. He said he has to cover the cost of the damage to his Punto himself

During the attack, the yob’s girlfriend was with him, and pleaded with him to leave Mr Hussain alone.

The 27-year-old has struggled to sleep since the incident, and has been too unwell to return to work.

He said he has to cover the cost of the damage to his Punto himself.

Merseyside Police have been approached for comment over the incident.

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