A New Zealand man has been caught in a mid-motorway punch-up while on his way to work in Brisbane.
David Holdway, who used to live in Auckland, told 7 NEWS he was heading to work when he spotted a man displaying road rage to another person.
"Just seen this guy [throwing punches] through the passenger window and I was like, 'Far out, that car is familiar,'" Mr Holdway said.
"It was one of the boys' [from work] cars, so I pulled out in front of another car to get around to block [the attackers] in."
The incident began after the enraged driver accused Mr Holdway's work colleague of tailgating, but it wrapped up once Mr Holdway and another colleague stepped in to help their workmate - but not before the Kiwi bloke allegedly copped a few punches to the face.
The offender quickly realised he had become outnumbered so he calmed down and retreated to his car for a fleeting escape as Mr Holdway sported a bruised lip.
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