A woman was rushed to hospital after she was brutally assaulted by who she thought was a Good Samaritan who had stopped to help fix her broken down car.
The unnamed woman pulled over to the side of Rose Street in Queensland, Australia, after her white Nissan Patrol started to break down.
A man driving a white ute with a sliver tray stopped in front of her car at around 6.15pm on Tuesday evening and offered to hep her fix the vehicle.
The woman walked to the back of the car after the pair had been working for a few minutes and the man followed and smashed her head against the car, according to police.
Investigators say the man continued to assault the woman after she had been knocked unconscious before fleeing.
Police are now appealing for any information on the suspect in the attack.
The man is described as white, aged between 30 to 40, with a chubby build, short dark hair and full dark beard and approximately 175cms tall.
He was wearing a dark blue tradesman shirt with sleeves rolled up, matching shorts and tradesman style boots.
The woman is recovering in hospital after suffering non-life-threatening injuries.