Australian man's bizarre Bali rampage captured on camera

An Australian man's rampage through Bali has been captured on video, showing him running wild through the streets and kicking a man off a scooter.

Nicholas Carr, a 26-year-old apprentice builder from South Australia, was filmed running towards traffic in Kuta early on Saturday morning.

As an oncoming scooter rider approaches him, Carr charges forward and kicks the man off his bike, which skids along the ground. Another video shows him running towards an oncoming car and launching himself over the top of it.

Scooter rider Wayan Wirawan suffered minor injuries in the attack, and says he can't understand why it happened.

"I was on my way to work. Suddenly a foreign man kicked me. I was extremely shocked," he told 7News.

"I got some injuries and couldn't go to work today. And my motorbike got damaged. I hope he [Carr] could give compensation to fix my motorbike."

Police are also investigating Carr's involvement in a home invasion. Seminyak resident Nyoman Purda says he was confronted by the Australian, who violently knocked him to the ground before escaping.

Purda says he was woken by his barking dogs and saw on his CCTV that an intruder was in his house.

"I opened my room door and he approached me and straight away pulled me by my neck. I fell down," he told 7News.

"After I fell down, he went into my room, he closed the door and locked it from the inside. After around one minute he jumped through the window, his foot first, then he fell down.

"He ran to the back of the house and then went out. He seemed like he was confused."

Carr was eventually captured and tied up with rope before being taken to hospital to recover from his injuries.

Kuta police chief Teuku Ricki Fadlianshah told 7News that police are still investigating the incidents and have yet to question Carr.

"Our team are still at the crime scenes investigating. Many places were [allegedly] damaged by him. Our team are still working to check all the places," he said.

Carr is expected to face a number of charges.