BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore police say a driver has accused a window washer of smashing the rear glass of his car.

Police spokesman T.J. Smith told news outlets on Thursday the act was destruction of property and potentially assault.

He also said at the news conference police won’t tolerate such violence.

The driver spoke to news outlets about the “squeegee kid” but didn’t want to be identified. He posted photos and video on Facebook saying his car’s back window was shattered when he refused the cleaning while he was stopped at a traffic light.

The motorist used his cellphone to record the male washer hitting his car.

Smith says no charges are pending yet. He says police haven’t seen similar acts by people wiping windows at the intersection, but they have heard about them becoming violent.

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  1. YEAH!! Your doing a nice job there MAYOR!! Violent crimes, murders and the amount of guns on our streets in this city is sickening!! And your usual delusional rhetoric is not to be believed. SMH is disgust at your LACK of leadership. FYI your little HOODRAT window washers are AGGRESSIVE and have been many times with me, IT APPEARS THAT EVERYONE IS AWARE OF THIS BUT YOU!!! STOP TURNING A BLIND EYE TO THEIR BEHAVIOR!! IF ONE HOODRAT DAMAGES MY PROPERTY OR THREATENS ME TRAVELING IN THE SAFE PRIVACY OF MY VEHICLE I WILL HOLD YOU AND THIS CITY PERSONALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALLOWING THIS DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR BLOCKING AND SLOWING TRAFFIC AT THE MOST DANGEROUS TRAVELED INTERSECTIONS IN THIS CITY!!

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