Actually, there is no hair dryer. But the aggression threshold in Munich’s traffic is currently low – at least that’s what two incidents on Tuesday suggest: In Moosach, a car driver rammed his opponent in an argument, in Waldtrudering a cyclist attacked a car driver.
According to the police, a 31-year-old driver was given the right of way by Audi at around 5:45 p.m. on Messerschmidtstraße in Moosach, who came from a property exit. A dispute broke out between the two men, which continued a little later in Gneisenaustrasse. When the 31-year-old got out of his car, the Audi driver suddenly reversed, drove heavily delayed towards the 31-year-old and rammed him. The victim suffered bruises and a head laceration. Notes to the traffic police on telephone 089/6216-3322.
According to the police, a cyclist behaved extremely aggressively on Tsingtauer Straße in the east of Munich just two hours later. When a 77-year-old motorist stopped – according to her own statements to let him pass – the cyclist hit the left exterior mirror. When the argument broke out shortly afterwards, the cyclist leaned into the car and grabbed the woman’s neck with both hands.
In the scramble, the necklace of the 77-year-old tore off. The cyclist insulted the driver. Then he completely tore off the damaged left exterior mirror and threw it through the open window against the head of the 77-year-old. The cyclist should be 40 to 50 years old and speak Bavarian. He is athletically slim and has short, blonde hair.