ROAD RAGE SHOCK: Four man brawl horrifies onlookers
A SHOCKING rage brawl has erupted on a Sydney road just 24 hours after video emerged of a man punching a female driver's face in another sickening attack.
The latest road rage incident erupted in front of shocked residents in Sydney's west late yesterday in peak-hour traffic.
A motorist recorded the sickening fight involveing multiple men, one of whom takes his shirt off in the fracas which unfolded while cars were stopped at the intersection of Centenary and Douglas Roads in Merrylands about 5pm.
The men could be seen kicking and punching each other in front of stopped traffic.
The footage, screened on Nine News, shows two men approaching a stopped car and shouting abuse before the driver gets out of the vehicle and the fight begins.
One man appears to taunt the two occupants of a hatchback, who then get out and confront two other men.
A brawl ensues, with kicks and punches, and ends as one the men runs to return to his vehicle.
A car does a u-turn in what appears to be an attempt to block the other car in.
Then, another man appears shirtless speaking aggressively.
In the video a bystander can be heard saying: "calm down man".
The incident follows another shocking road rage incident in NSW on Monday where Newcastle mother Bianca Lee Sams, 22, was punched in the mouth during a heated confrontation on the NSW Central Coast.
The footage went viral on social media, with many outraged with the level of violence and anger on NSW roads.
Police have said they are investigating the incident and are asking anyone who has information to contact them.