Mumbai: Biker beats up Auto driver, breaks the bones of his palm

Updated: Jan 15, 2018, 14:53 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

In a shocking incident, a biker assaulted an auto driver and broke the bones of his palm in an incident of road rage in Malad. Locals nabbed the biker and handed him over to the police

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In a shocking incident a biker assaulted an auto driver and broke the bones of his palm in an incident of road rage in Malad. Locals nabbed the biker and handed him over to the police.

As per reports by the Times of India, the biker was annoyed at the auto driver for overtaking him. The incident occurred near Adarsh Lane signal on Marve Road. A police officer said, "The biker stopped his vehicle in front of the auto and fought with the driver before assaulting him,"

The auto driver said, "The biker got annoyed after he kept blocking me from going ahead. He got annoyed when I overtook him. He stopped me at the signal and after abusing me, assaulted me with a bamboo stick on my thigh and on my right hand."

The biker has been booked under Indian Penal Code sections 326 (grievous hurt by means of dangerous weapon) and 504 (insult).

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