For several miles Pheasey then stalked Mr Robinson, who was so frightened he did not stop to pick up a learner driver waiting for a lesson.Nice!
Pheasey, 30, then forced Mr Robinson to stop by swerving his car into his path.
In a bizarre twist Pheasey, from Chadderton, phoned colleagues at Manchester's CCTV control room asking them to focus cameras on the scene.
He then got out of his vehicle, blocked Mr Robinson from leaving his car and abused him.
When Mr Robinson, from Failsworth, finally got out of his car Pheasey punched him in the face. Mr Robinson suffered a cut lip and several teeth were dislodged from his dentures.
You must be wondering how a man with such anger management difficulties could get to be a traffic warden, aren't you?
Well, it gets better:
Pheasey, who has a conviction for theft, pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm.Wait, what...?
A conviction for theft isn't enough to prevent you from becoming a traffic warden?
Still, no doubt he's now behind bars, reflecting on...
He was given a 15 week community order and three month curfew. Magistrate Roger Walker said: "You are very lucky that you are not being sent to prison.*sigh*
Oh, and the reason Pheasey had the altercation in the first place? The fat slob ran a red light! I guess that means he's now unemploy...
Tim Hopley, defending, said: "Pheasey is not bad, neither a violent person and is very disappointed with himself for hitting him. "It was a moment of madness. He can't recall striking the blow but accepts that he did. "He is now subject to a disciplinary hearing and there is a strong possibility he will lose his job."Only a 'strong possibility'?
You really, really couldn't make it up....