Wed, 11 Jul 2012 22:24 CDT
A family endured a terrifying road rage ordeal after a man jumped on to the bonnet of their car and hung on for 2km.
The man abandoned his white ute and clung on to a family's red Kia SUV after allegedly being cut off.
As he grabbed on to the car he yelled at the driver: "Do what you want, you black person."
The family caught the dramatic footage on their iPhone on Saturday around 12.40pm in Dandenong.
The SUV driver, Krish Kalli, 34, said he thought his life was in danger.
"He asked me to come out from my car door, so when I get out what's going to happen," Mr Kalli told Nine News.
The family drove their car to Dandenong police station with the Beaconsfield man clinging on.
The terrified family is heard on the phone to 000 saying: "He's on the front of my bullbar now...he doesn't want to get away".
Mr Kalli said that he feared for his family.
"I can't get out after him, he will attack me. No guarantee for my life," he said.
"Who is going to look after my family? No one."
The incident happened at the intersection of Webster St and Princes Highway.
A police spokeswoman said both parties were interviewed and that no one was injured.