From the sussex police web site.
Man charged after Worthing road rage incident
08 September 2011
A man arrested after an apparent road rage incident in Worthing has been charged with attemped grevious bodily harm
The incident happened in Gratwicke Road at about 4.14pm on Wednesday 7 September when a 60-year old local man cycling in the road was in collision with a Vauxhall Nova saloon. A dispute followed, during which the driver of the Nova allegedly went to the boot of hs car, took out a hammer and struck the cyclist on the head with it.
The assailant drove off and the cyclist was treated at Worthing Hospital for cuts to his head but was later discharged. A man was arrested on suspicion of the assault at 6.30pm on the same day
Samuel Brownson, 20, of Ambersham Crescent, East Preston, has been charged with attempting to cause grevious bodily harm to the cyclist and has been released on police bail to appear at Worthing Magistrates Court on Tuesday 20 September.