Shocking video shows yet another wild brawl among Australian shoppers panic-buying amid escalating coronavirus fears.

The footage from Sunday shows a man in a black and red tracksuit being calmed near the large crowds crammed in near registers at a Woolworths in Bass Hill, Sydney.

He appears to start walking away — only to race back in toward the screaming crowds, seemingly intent on getting to an older man there.

“He hit my f–king dad! I’m gonna f–king kill him!” the shopper screams as he is held back by a large group of people as others lead his apparent target away from danger.

It was not immediately clear what sparked the fight, but Australia has seen a series of brawls breaking out among panicked buyers — particularly those terrified of running out of toilet paper. In one case, police even tasered a man fighting for paper.

Sam Farfoud, who captured the latest viral fight video, also shot footage of shoppers scrambling to grab toilet paper and paper towels at the store Sunday.

“Just one!” shoppers cried to stop greedy attempts to hoard supplies.

A 39-year-old man was later arrested at his home over the fight, New South Wales police told 9News, and is due in court April 1 after being charged with common assault of a 54-year-old man.