Road rage mum mows down stranger in Tesco car park after foul-mouthed row over reversing | The Sun

A MUM faces prison after mowing down a stranger in a Tesco car park in a shocking act of road rage.

Aimme Palmer sent Paramjip Malhi flying with her green Ford Fiesta, breaking his ankle, after an altercation over her driving.

Birmingham Crown Court heard that the pair had argued after Ms Palmer nearly reversed into Mr Malhi, who works as a bus driver, while exiting her parking space.

The victim said: "the driver of the green Fiesta, a female. She said: 'Can't you see I'm ******* reversing?'. I was quite surprised.

"I held my shopping bag up as if to say: 'What the hell?'. I continued walking."

CCTV showed that Palmer, 27, then pulled out of the parking bay and driving towards the unsuspecting bus driver and hitting him from behind.

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Mr Malhi recalled hearing "an engine revving and the wheel-spinning of tyres" before he was "thrown over the car and into the air".

He added that he landed on his elbows and backside as the car sped off.

However, Palmer reportedly returned soon after and apologised, saying she "didn't mean it".

Mr Malhi told the court that he had informed her he would be talking to the police over the incident on 8 June 2021.

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In cross-examination he denied that he had been "difficult" toward Palmer or had tried to stop her driving off.

The jury took less than two hours to find Palmer guilty of causing serious injury by dangerous driving in her hearing last Tuesday.

This adds to her previous conviction for "excess alcohol".

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She will be sentenced on 4 November and has been warned she may face a prison term.

Judge Andrew Smith said: "You should remember all options are open to the court."


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