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Road rage racists pull knife in Islington street

PUBLISHED: 13:05 21 September 2010 | UPDATED: 11:11 14 October 2010

ROAD rage racists drove a man off the road after threatening him with a knife in the middle of the day.

ROAD rage racists drove a man off the road after threatening him with a knife in the middle of the day.

The two thugs turned nasty after they became involved in a slanging match with a 20-year-old Asian driver in City Road, Finsbury, at 2.15pm last Monday (13).

They pulled their silver Golf up alongside the victim's car and the driver brought out a pointed blade which he threatened the victim with, forcing him to drive off the road onto the kerb.

The victim managed to drive into Pentonville Road, but the thugs apperaed again, driving past and shouting "You Paki" before driving off towards Kings Cross.

The suspects are both white and aged in their 20s or 30s. Their car had an 02 number plate.

Anyone with information should contact Police Constable Louise Elliott on 020 7421 0153 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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