We've all heard of road rage. People sometimes get killed over it. I have a tale of crossing the road rage. Here in Charleston, SC we have what I call "aggressive walkers". Their intention is to step in front of moving vehicles as they are jaywalking and demand that they stop for them. This happens all the time and it is dangerous in many ways. When ego is involved people will risk their very lives to demand attention. I am coming down King St. towards Calhoun a major intersection at the peak of traffic on Saturday. These people walk in front of my car as they always do. Everything is fine until this woman decides she is gong to back track and step in front of my moving car. I was going to honk the horn, but it's quicker just to flip her off. This guy comes running up to my car, old guy too. I roll my window down a bit and he says,"You flipped my girlfriend the bird." I think any driver who deals with this all the time does the same thing. We are sick of people scaring us by standing in front of our moving car and jaywalking. As I roll my window up, he punches my driver's side window and shatters it. That punch was intended for me. I jump out and there are cops nearby as witnesses. Thank goodness for that. Here is the kicker, besides being an old man trying to be a tough guy, he wants to press charges against me. The cops are in disbelief. His idiot girlfriend says she wanted me to stop. Why? They had already crossed my path but she steps back into my path. For no reason other than ego. So now I am to appear in court to press charges. I will also have to go to civil court for damages. I say this as a cautionary tale. This woman could have been a hood ornament. I suppose honking the horn or yelling would have resulted in the same aggression. The cops tried to explain to this moron that I could have shot him once he put his hands inside my car. Do you think that even phased him? Thanks. for reading my story. I tried my best to give the abridged version. Since it is a Holiday Weekend, it will not get fixed until Tuesday. Oh, by the way, he was not arrested.