An Indian woman was caught on camera slamming a cab driver and scaring bystanders filming the fight on their phones.

According to a report by India Today, the incident occurred in Patel Nagar in Delhi. Aditya Singh, a Twitter user, shared it on November 17. So far, the video has more than 6,000 views.

In the viral footage, the woman stands in the middle of the road, repeatedly punching the cab driver. But he did not do anything. The woman threatened one of the spectators who came to the man's aid.

She requested that they put down their phones and stop recording the situation. People were attempting to physically restrain her from striking the man any further. The woman, on the other hand, continued to slap the cab driver.

Many people are outraged by the woman's conduct in the video, and many are demanding that she be punished severely.

"Highly uncalled for on the part of the lady. Police should take suo moto cognizance of this incident and initiate legal action against the lady," one user commented.

Another netizen wrote, "An example should be set by the police to show that woman abusing their power can also be held accountable."

One user wrote : "Anything can happen in Delhi. The video shows the level of law & order in the open street."

A few months ago, a video of a woman from Lucknow, India thrashing a cab driver became viral on social media. The woman, identified as Priyadarshini, said the cab had hit her, which enraged her.

Following an altercation at a busy traffic crossroads in the city, the police filed an FIR against the woman and another person. On social media, videos of the assault have gone viral, fueling calls for her arrest.

#ArrestLucknowGirl became a trending topic on Twitter. The Krishna Nagar police station in Lucknow was then where the Lucknow police filed a case against her.

The incident occurred in the Krishna Nagar neighborhood of India's Uttar Pradesh capital last August. The woman claimed that the taxi driver attempted to run her over, but the cabbie denied it. She then smacked the man at least a dozen times in front of traffic cops.

"You'll run over a woman?" she is heard asking in the video while continuing with the assault even as the driver seeks onlookers' help to call the police. He said she had damaged his mobile phone. "Who will pay for that? It is my employer's phone. I'm a poor cost ₹ 25,000 ($335)," he says.

She also smacked a bystander who attempted to assist and warned her not to assault the driver again. According to footage from a CCTV camera that recorded the turn of events, the woman first dangerously crossed the road, wading amid passing automobiles. After that, the car driven by the person she assaulted comes to a halt in front of her.

She approaches the driver a few moments later and begins her assault even before he gets out. She can be seen scooping something up off the road and hurling it at the automobile before returning to take another swing.

She then tears both sides of the car's rear-view mirrors away. Only then does the driver exit the vehicle to inform the traffic officer of the harm she has caused.

Representation image. Reuters/Carlo Allegri

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