A TERRIFIED teen has told of the shocking moment three people smashed her car and tried to spit on her while screaming for her to leave a car park.
Millie Beaumont-Welsh, 18, was in her car with friend Lauri when the three-minute ordeal began on Tudor Street in Abergavvenny, Wales on January 31.
A man and woman jumped out of a van and started kicking their cars before smashing one with a fire extinguisher, she claimed.
Millie told The Sun: “Lauri and I were sitting in Linda vista car park last month just chatting and spending some time together.
“All of a sudden this man jumped out of his van with a fire extinguisher and started screaming abuse at us telling us to leave now or he’ll smash our windscreen in.
“Within seconds he smashed my friend’s back window in and moments later a woman came out of the van and was screaming abuse at my friend in my passenger seat.
“Then they started spitting on my car when a third man got out of his camper van and started booting my passenger door in.”
The two teens, who were otherwise alone in the darkened car park, were forced to speed away while the attackers continued the onslaught.
Millie, added: “As they moved out of the way a bit I proceeded to drive out of the car park, and as I moved out he kicked my drivers door in and snapped my wipers off.”
The girls were terrified the man, who was brandishing a fire extinguisher, was going to follow through with his threats to cave in her windscreen.
A third man got out of the van and started booting my passenger door inMillie Beaumont-Welsh
Millie, said: “I was afraid he was going to chuck the fire extinguisher through my windscreen as he threatened to do that a few times.
“They hurled a load of abuse at us but it was not not very clear on what was said because we put our windows up.
“But all I could hear was ‘get your cars out of this car park now before I smash them both up.'”
After making a getaway the teens phoned the police and were spoken to swiftly by local cops who checked they were ok and took statements.
Millie, added: “We called the police straight away and they were with us within 20 minutes after the incident happened.”
Millie said the incident left her “shook up”.
She added: “It was a very scary experience and really unexpected.”
A spokesperson for Gwent Police said: “We received a report of criminal damage after two cars parked in Tudor Street, Abergavenny, were damaged by an unknown person sometime between 10.55pm and 11.30pm on Wednesday, January 31.
“Our officers attended and carried out a search of the area.
“Enquiries are ongoing and anyone with information or dashcam footage is asked to call 101 or send us a direct message on social media, quoting log reference 2400036618.
“Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 with details.”