This is the bizarre moment a crazed wife battered her husband – with her SHOPPING TROLLEY.
The middle-aged couple were spotted arguing in the street in Mansfield, Notts., on Tuesday afternoon before the unidentified woman launched the unusual attack.
Mobile phone footage taken by a local resident shows the disgruntled wife emptying her grocery cart – and hurling milk, potatoes, and other groceries at the man.
After running out of shopping items to throw at her bemused husband – she then uses the multicoloured trolley to batter him.
At one point a worker in a fluorescent jacket is forced to stop digging to rearrange roadwork barriers after the she shoves her hubby into it.
Other shocked workmen can be seen looking on in bemusement as she then furiously storms away along the grass verge by the side of the residential street.
The two-and-a-half minute video of the incident, entitled “Shopping Trolley Fight – Mansfield” was posted to YouTube on Thursday and has already attracted 14,000 views.
One local resident, who witnessed the attack, said: “I’ve never seen anything like it.
“They must have been husband and wife. She just started emptying her trolley and chucking all her shopping at him.
“When she ran out of things to throw – she picked up her trolley and battered him with it, but he still did not react or retaliate.
“I’m not sure what he had done but he was really in the doghouse for something.”
YouTube user bermudaviper, who uploaded the video, posted on the site: “We were alerted to the disagreement by shouting which sounded like a dog barking.
“Woman goes mad at man in the middle of the street and starts emptying the contents of her shopping trolley to attack him including potatoes and milk.
“Workmen carry on with their work as though nothing happens. Amazing stuff.
“She wasn’t exactly causing him any real harm.
“If things had turned nasty we would have stepped ; in and called the police.”
Fellow YouTube user David Johnson commented: “WELCOME to Mansfield Average polulation (sic) 8000 average iq well ; below 90… (sic).”