A MAN hit another vehicle and then caught the driver’s leg with his car after she got out to confront him.

Imran Shamoon admitted driving without due care and attention when he appeared before Kirklees magistrates.

The court was told that the incident happened at Huddersfield Road in Dewsbury on January 4.

Suzanne Boyd said that she was heading towards Ravensthorpe when she noticed a car being driven closely behind her.

She slowed because of speed cameras and was hit by Shamoon, of Nursery Street, in Thornhill Lees.

The drivers both stopped and Shamoon went to speak to her.

James Weekes, prosecuting, said: “She felt as if he was being overly aggressive towards her, he raised his fists.

“He then got back into his car and she moved in front of him.

“He continued to drive around her and she felt a pressure against her leg as he passed by.”

When interviewed Shamoon, 37, said that he was in a rush to get home and other cars were putting pressure on him by sounding their horns.

He said he drove away from Miss Boyd to avoid further confrontation but admitted brushing her leg with his car.

Magistrates fined Shamoon £180 and ordered him to pay £85 costs and £15 victim surcharge and endorsed his licence with six penalty points.