A group of furious bystanders have lashed out at a cameraman filming the scene where a heavily-tattooed man was gunned down outside his home in broad daylight.
Businessman Mohamed Saab, 37, was found with gunshot wounds to his shoulder, ribs and leg outside a home in Knoll Avenue in Turrella, in Sydney’s south, just before 7am on Wednesday morning.
Neighbours swarmed the street as the father-of-two was hauled into an ambulance and taken to St George Hospital in a serious condition.
Shocked onlookers then quickly turned on media crews who were also at the scene.
‘Look at this c*** recording me, what did I say,’ a man in hooded sweatshirt says.
‘What wrong with ya?’ his friend in a high-vis shirt then asks.
‘You should be recording the scene, not me.’
Many have been left shaken by the shooting of the well-known businessman who they say is a ‘role model’.
Investigators are still piecing together what sparked the shootingm which they believe was targeted.
A dark sedan was spotted leaving the area moments.
Police cordoned off the area before forensic officers to arrived.
‘Some of the information that has come forward leads us to believe this was not a random incident,’ Chief Inspector Chris Hill said.
Investigators were seen sweeping the area in search of any evidence, they are yet to find the weapon.
A neighbour said she was ‘really surprised’ by the shooting.
She said the victim was a ‘nice man’.
As inquiries continue, anyone who was in the area or who has information has been urged to come forward.