EDINBURGH, United Kingdom — Police are looking for a man they say assaulted a pizza delivery driver with a hammer during a road-rage attack, according to the Edinburgh Evening News.
The driver suffered injuries to his arm and the van he was driving was damaged during the early morning attack Oct. 5.
The driver, who was not identified, said he first noticed the car behind him being driven erratically at about 4 a.m. He told police the car overtook his van and the two men inside began making obscene gestures at him.
At a traffic light, the passenger got out of the car and attacked the driver with what police described as a "double-headed hammer or axe," the newspaper reported.
Police called the attack unprovoked and said the victim was able to provide them with a partial license plate number.