A Georgia woman was allegedly caught on video trying to tear the wipers off her Uber driver’s car before she biting him so hard it caused him to scream out in agony.
Video of the dramatic Atlanta incident was posted on Aug. 19 by a Twitter user called Rico.
It appears to show Tasheena Campbell, 26, who was arrested one day after that video was uploaded, attacking her Uber driver Yasser Hadi.
The footage shows a woman climbing over a hood of a Toyota Prius, and breaking its wipers. The driver, Hadi, asks for bystanders to call the police.
“Baby you got to stop,” one of them tells the woman, after she breaks a wiper. She then allegedly tried to slap Hadi before kicking a wiper.
When Campbell allegedly tried to get into the driver's seat of Hadi’s car, he tried to stop her. That’s when the violence began.
“Get out my car,” he yelled before dragging her out. She then allegedly took a swing at him and began biting his side. Hadi screamed out in agony. He suffered a wound on his rib cage, KABC reports.
“She's biting the s--t out of him,” a bystander said.
"The pain is horrible pain," Hadi told KABC later. "A dog does not bite like this. She's still biting while I'm pulling for about 30 seconds."
“[I] can’t make this up , Last night i witnessed the zombie apocalypse,” the Twitter user posted along with the video.
The incident allegedly happened one day before the video was uploaded.
"She's acting very weird, she's acting very wild, and she's on the car. She's telling me I need to die, kill me," Hadi recounted to Fox 5 Atlanta. "The pain, I said, 'God, just let her take my flesh, I don't care. I want her to go away from me.' ... It's horrible, she's hit me in my job, my health and my financial pocket money, it's hard."
He said his car was damaged from the incident and he doesn’t have health insurance.
Campbell has been charged with battery and criminal trespass, according to online records. It’s not clear if she has a lawyer who can speak on her behalf at this time.
A motive for the attack has not been released.
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