Motorcyclist 'aimed gun at driver's face during road rage attack'

Motorcyclist 'aimed gun at driver's face during road rage attack'
A motorcyclist in Sydney has been charged following an alleged road rage incident in the city’s western suburbs that involved him threatening another driver while armed with a gun.
Authorities have alleged the 30-year-old rider had been travelling alongside a Subaru on Sunnyholt Road in Blacktown on a Friday night in heavy traffic when he left his motorcycle and confronted the driver.
In 10 terrifying seconds caught on dashcam footage, the rider can be seen allegedly removing a firearm from within his pants and pointing it through the windscreen at the driver, before hammering it on the car.
A Sydney motorcyclist remains behind bars, accused of a terrifying road rage incident in the city's western suburbs. (Supplied)
Police allege the motorcyclist confronted the driver of a Subary on Sunnyholt Road in Blacktown, while armed with a firearm. (Supplied)
“I’ve just had a motorcycle pull up next to my car and bash my window in,” the frightened driver can then be heard telling Triple Zero authorities.
It is alleged the altercation was sparked minutes beforehand by a disagreement about changing lanes.
The bike then allegedly travelled behind the car until it stopped, before the rider attacked.
Dash cam footage from the altercation allegedly shows the motorcyclist using the weapon to threaten the driver and smash his windscreen. (Supplied)
The driver has since 9News he remains terrified after the alleged altercation, despite the rider being charged. (Supplied)
A fortnight on from the incident, the alleged victim told 9News he is still terrified but feels better that the motorcyclist has since been charged.
The 30-year-old, from Blacktown, remains behind bars tonight and will face court later this month.
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