“We left and drove to the roundabout,” said
“He was extremely close on our rear end to the point where I thought he was going to crash into us. I tapped the brakes twice to get him off our backside but he accelerated and cut in front of us, causing me to swerve and I nearly crashed.
“I became angry at his behaviour and followed him along
“I got out of the car and told the driver that he needed
to learn how to drive,”
The tutorial turned into an argument which developed into some pushing. Then the compound security guard turned up along with a crowd of onlookers.
“I felt it was now time to leave as I felt outnumbered, and told the driver to back off and learn how to drive,” said Jackson, who is now pushing his luck.
“He told me I wasn’t going anywhere and he put his hand on my chest to stop me.
“At that point I retrieved a bat out of my car and told him to back off and that I was leaving. I then put the bat back in the car but he stood in front of the car and said I was going to stay.
“As I moved away, I saw him reach and grab a gun from under his shirt. It was then that we heard bullets strike the car.
“I grabbed my partner and pushed her down. I lay over her as the driver continued to fire bullets into the car.”
National Capital District police operations commander Andy Bawa has instructed his officers to bring in for questioning the son of a prominent Chinese businessman.
Spotted by Martin Hadlow. ‘EMTV executive attacked’ by Todagia Kelola, PNG Post Courier, 11 November