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‘Get the f**k out of Canberra’: Clash between anti-vaxxer and ACT resident turns violent

Police are investigating a fiery clash between an anti-vaccination protester and a Canberra resident captured on video and posted on social media.

The clash, recorded by a member of the Convoy to Canberra group, showed a woman up-ending her Holden Captiva onto the protester’s car.

The video suggested the incident unfolded after the protester reversed into the Canberra woman’s car.

'Convoy to Canberra' protester has clashed with an ACT resident in a stunning exchange.
Camera IconA 'Convoy to Canberra' protester seemingly clashed with an ACT resident in a stunning exchange. Credit: Supplied

From there, things got heated between the two, with the Canberra resident telling the demonstrator to “get the f**k out of Canberra”.

“Get the f**k out of Canberra. Go get a job and find something better to do with your f**king life,” the woman in the car says.

The demonstrator then asks for the woman’s licence before calling her a maniac.

“Yeah I am,” the Canberra woman said before ramming her car into the side of the protesters.

Witnesses of the event say it occurred just around the corner from where the Convoy to Canberra protesters have taken up residence at the EPIC Showgrounds.

In a statement, ACT Policing confirmed the incident occurred at around 10am in Canberra’s north.

A clash between an anti-vax protester and an ACT resident ended dramatically.
Camera IconThe clash ended when the woman rammed her car into the protester. Credit: Supplied

“Police spoke to both drivers and confirmed there were no injuries as a result of the collision,” a spokesman said.

“Inquiries relating to the incident are continuing and infringements or charges may be laid.”

Authorities could not confirm if the clash was between a Convoy to Canberra supporter and a Canberra resident, as it appeared to be.

It has been shared widely within the group’s social media and Telegram page, and was not attributed to a source.

It comes as ACT Police consider their options on how to evict the remaining group of unauthorised campers from EPIC showgrounds.

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