Aggressive Road Rage Driver Receives Instant Karma When He Gets Back Into Car After Fight
An aggressive driver received instant karma when he got back into his vehicle following a scrap with a fellow motorist.
23-year-old Daniel Kimber was on his way home from work when he noticed two men arguing on a street in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.
Filming the pair, Daniel captured the moment the Peugeot driver appeared to push the other motorist, provoking a fight.
You can watch the footage here:
After plenty of pointing fingers, yelling and swearing, the two men punched and kicked each other, with the Peugeot driver eventually tackling the other motorist to the ground.
The Peugeot driver is then seeing running back to his car as the other man gets up, chasing after him.
In an attempt to make a speedy getaway though, the Peugeot driver immediately ploughed into an oncoming red Vauxhall Corsa as instant karma came to get him.
Describing what happened, Daniel said:
I’ve never seen something like that before with my own eyes. I wouldn’t even call that fighting – it did look comical. It looked like they both had a burst of adrenaline and didn’t have it in them to want to hurt each other.
They both approached us afterwards and seemed like nice people – they had manners and didn’t seem to be the typical fighting type.
It’s so busy down that route and the traffic is very bad. The crash was very close – he nearly hit the car fully but he clipped the front instead, apparently the guy in blue had cut him off earlier down the road.
The lad in the green jacket pulled off and smashed straight into the female driver – there could have been kids in the car at that time. I definitely wasn’t expecting the crash at the end.
Although it is not clear why the two drivers were arguing, Daniel believes the Peugeot driver had tried to overtake and cut in front of the other man’s car, clipping it.
A spokesperson from Bedfordshire Police confirmed one man had been reported for driving without due care and attention.
He is now being considered for a traffic offence report.
No further action was taken against either men though for the fight which occurred in February.
Earlier this year a man clung onto the bonnet of a car driving up to 70 mph following an altercation.
According to the police report, 65-year-old Richard Kamrowski jumped onto Mark Fitzgerald’s car when the latter refused to resolve the situation following a minor collision.
Shocking footage taken by other people on the road shows the car weaving along the busy motorway with a man in his sixties sprawled on its bonnet.
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