An armed dirt bike rider jumped on a young mother’s car with her children inside and heat-butted her during an illegal street takeover in Philadelphia.
The shocking moment 23 year-old Nikki Bullock’s Ford was attacked was captured on a cellphone from the top of a double-decker sightseeing bus.
As dozens of young men passed through the downtown area on motor bikes and quads, one man took it upon himself to clamber on top of the woman’s maroon car. He then smashed the rear window with both feet. Bullock works as an Uber Eats driver and had her children with her at the time because it is cheaper than childcare.
In an instant, the young mother got out of the car to challenge the man and in the footage can be seen appearing to question his destructive decision.
The biker, who was wearing a ‘You Ain’t No Killa’ t-shirt appears to want to have no part of the conversation and head butts Bullock using his helmet, before shoving her backwards as she gets in his face.
The scene was reminiscent of a nightmarish moment from the Max Max movies, where marauding bandits terrorize the Australian outback in modified cars and motorcycles.
The bike uses both feet to completely smash through the rear windshield of the car
A Philadelphia dirt bike rider callously smashed the rear windshield of a car driven by a young mom showing complete disregard for her children in the back
Startling incident was captured on cellphone video recorded as numerous young men on motorcycles and ATVs moved through the downtown area. A gun can be seen falling out of the man’s waistband
Bullock didn’t back down and can be seen shoving the man several times while he also retaliates.
At one stage, having jumped down from the cars trunk, a gun fell out of his waistband onto the ground – he quickly retrieves the weapon in the footage.
It’s not clear whether the woman saw that he was armed, but luckily left the altercation without him drawing the weapon, although he was seen brandishing at her at one point.
Bullock’s anger continued to boil towards the rider as she shoves him, causing him to fall over, with the bike almost landing on top of his leg.
The shocking incident occurred outside Philadelphia City Hall at 9 pm on Sunday night.
The mother got out to confront him despite him being armed and having a gun aimed at her
Insenced by what has happened, Bullock confronts the biked who proceeds to head butt her
As the man tried to flee, she ended up pushing him over, together with his bike
‘The kids were screaming. Like it was insane,’ Bullock told CBS Philadelphia. ‘The only thing that protected my kids from not having a bunch of glass from shattering on top of them is that my back windshield was tinted.’
Despite being completely unarmed and outnumbered by dozens of bikers that continued to swarm around her, she decided to fight back.
Ultimately, the altercation ended as the man proceeded to speed away around the corner.
Philadelphia Police are now actively searching for the for the man in connection to the incident.
The Department have tweeted distinct markings for members of the public to be look out for – including the biker’s gold decal on his helmet and various tattoos that might distinguish him.
‘If that person is caught and I get the chance to charge that person, we will be going very, very vigorously,’ District Attorney Larry Krasner said.
The footage was shot by George Coloney who was visiting the so-called City of Brotherly Love from Florida.
‘I just started filming a video of all the bikers when next thing you know this guy hops off and jumps on this lady’s car,’ Coloney said to NBC 10.
The mother-of-two continues to berate the biker even as he prepares to speed away
Despite being completely unarmed and outnumbered by dozens of bikers that continue to swarm around her the Bullock decided to fight back
‘The kids were screaming. Like it was insane,’ Nikki Bullock, 23, told CBS Philadelphia. ‘The only thing that protected my kids from not having a bunch of glass from shattering on top of them is that my back windshield was tinted.’
The scene was through Philadelphia was reminiscent of the post-apocalyptic action Mad Max films of the 1980s
‘For him to take it that far, it’s just out of control to the point where many people could’ve died in an instant,’ he said.
The scene was reminiscent of the 1980s post-apocalyptic action film Mad Max.
The 1980 cult film focuses on Mad Max and his adventures in a harsh, dystopian world with plenty of scenes involving motorcycles.
The bikes are one of the primary means of transportation in the chaotic and lawless world depicted in the films as groups traverse the dangerous wastelands, engage in battles, and carry out various missions.
A new surveillance footage shows brazen brutes rioting through the Apple store in the center of Philadelphia
The thefts swiftly seized iPhones, laptops, tablets, and anything within reach on display stands—finishing their plunder in less than a minute
Shocking footage out of the City of Brotherly Love showed Fine Wine And Good Spirits smashed apart in the latest flash rob mob crime
It is the latest incident in a string of lawlessness to hit the city.
Last week, dozens of masked looters smashed their way into an Apple Store running away with iPhones and tablets as the city dealt with widespread crime.
Philadelphia Police Department surveillance camera footage, showing brazen thugs rioting through the Apple store on Walnut Street in the center of the city.
Masked thieves forcefully infiltrated the store, swiftly seizing iPhones, laptops, tablets, and anything within reach on display stands — finishing their plunder in less than a minute.
Most suspects appeared to be teenagers including one audaciously strolling out, lugging a massive television monitor with no sense of urgency.
At least 52 arrests have been made so far, with burglary, theft, and other charges filed against at least 30 people as of Saturday, but the number of suspects seems to be higher.
The flash mob-style ransacking last Tuesday night targeted dozens of stores including Foot Locker, Lululemon and Apple.
The chaos in Philadelphia is reminiscent of similarly brazen smash-and-grab thefts elsewhere, particularly in the San Francisco Bay Area, where organized groups of thieves, some carrying crowbars and hammers, have systematically targeted high-end stores.