A jogger has been caught on camera kicking out at cars close to a busy beach in Cornwall.
It comes as eased coronavirus restrictions and sunny weather have seen people flock to the county's beauty spots after weeks of a strict lockdown.
Pawel Pasich, who lives in Plymouth, was enjoying his first trip outof the city on Wednesday (May 20) when he took pictures of the jogger on his dashcam.
Watch the moment below
The video clip was captured along a lane near Tregantle Beach in Torpoint.
It shows a man jogging when he stops and repeatedly kicks a grey Mazda.He then continues, and is believed to have done the same to Mr Pasich’s vehicle.
Mr Pasich, 39, said: “This was the first-time we have been out, asidefrom shopping, as a family in two months and I was expecting a niceafternoon, but this ruined the whole day.”
I thought it would be good to go on a Wednesday because it would be quiet and because of the steep walk to the beach it’s usually not too busy anyway.
Mr Pasich said he wasn't sure why the jogger targeted the two vehicles as they both had local number plates. However, he thinks it might have been a local angry with where they were parked.
I could understand if another driver was annoyed at people being parked too closely to their side of the road but this was a jogger just running by.
A police spokesperson said: "Police have been investigating a reportthat a man was vandalising cars by kicking them in the area ofTregantle Beach, Torpoint, early evening on Wednesday 20 May."