There's road rage, and then there's lobbing-a-pint-of-milk-at-someone's-car road rage. Yep, you read that correctly - take a look:
The shocking dashcam footage captures the moment a fuming motorist launched a pint of milk at another vehicle. We don't really know why he felt the need to avenge whatever happened with such a bizarre dairy-based attack, but that's what makes this all the more fascinating.
The milk - semi-skimmed, because I know that's what you were wondering - ended up hitting the vehicle's windscreen before being splattered all over the road. Poor milk.
At the beginning of the clip, the bloke in the grey tracksuit and man-bag can be seen walking round the front of the other vehicle, yelling something at the driver. Whatever it's about, it seems pretty heated.
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He then returns to his car and drives in front of the other vehicle - presumably to block it in - which then manages to change lanes and drive off.
Next thing we know, the grey tracksuit dude has sped up to overtake his rival driver, stopping his car before storming out, armed with the pint of milk to throw angrily at the other person's windscreen.
Man, it's like Road Wars meets EastEnders - but set on the M57 Tarbock Roundabout, according to the Liverpool Echo.
Needless to say the vehicle that got hit by the milk doesn't seem to have been too damaged during the attack, and eventually drives off onto another road.
This fella isn't the only one to have become overwhelmed by extreme road rage. One man recently round his new car had been vandalised after parking in a residential area near Manchester Airport - and no, we're not talking a bit of toilet paper or an aggy note, but paint. Loads and loads of paint.
Soo left his £13,000 Ford Fiesta on a residential street in Wythenshawe, near the airport, before jetting off on holiday to Scotland. When he returned, his shiny red car had the words 'NO PARKIN' painted right across the side.
Credit: GMP Wythenshawe
The vandals had also punctured his tyres and thrown paint on the bonnet of the car.
Turns out residents in the area are getting a bit sick of their streets being full of people who refuse to pay to park at the airport itself... and in fairness, both sides of the argument are understandable, because that stuff can be EXPENSIVE.
"This is a public place, I wasn't parked outside anyone's house, there were no double yellows and no permits required," Soo told the Manchester Evening News.
"I'd like to ask whoever did this, 'Who do you think you are?' You may think you've done something good, but you've achieved nothing, just mindless vandalism.
"Next time, I'll just park on a different road."
And believe it or not, Soo wasn't alone, as his car was one of two on the street who received the same treatment.
Can't we all just get along, eh?
Featured Image Credit: Graham Mitchell/Trinity Mirror