Drivers Are Buying These Stickers To Terrify High Beamers

There are a select few people in the world who can remain calm behind the wheel when face with bad driving. These people should be treated like gods, because the majority of road users turn into someone they're not particularly proud of when faced with annoying driving habits.

There are a whole load of irritating habits that can turn you into this sort of road rage monster. There are middle lane hoggers, there are the ones who drive at 50mph in the fast lane on the motorway, there are the ones whose cars were never fitted with indicators.

But then there's full beam wankers. Potentially the worst of the bad driving habits, mainly because it could blind you and, you know, kill you. Is there a single thing on the planet more irritating than getting one of these right up behind you?

Well it's time to fight back, fellow drivers. And not in the sort of way that's going to get you potentially arrested or leave you clinging on to the front of someone else's vehicle - oh no. In a weirder, much more creepy way than that.

Credit: Amazon
Credit: Amazon

This new invention is a pretty great way of shitting up the driver behind you. Some little genius has created stickers that go in your back window, and when hit with a full beam light, turn into some horrendous looking images reminiscent of those long haired girls in various horror films.

Credit: Shenzhen Honest Anan Trading Company/Amazon
Credit: Shenzhen Honest Anan Trading Company/Amazon

Granted, it could potentially be not that great of an idea to terrify the driver behind you - but imagine that lovely pure feeling of satisfaction.

Credit: Amazon
Credit: Amazon

The stickers are available from Amazon but only currently ship to China, but the second they start shipping to the UK, we'll be all over it.

Featured Image Credit: Shenzhen Honest Anan Trading Company/Amazon

Amelia Ward

Amelia Ward is a journalist at LADbible. She studied Multimedia Journalism at the University of Salford, before going on to work in music PR. She has also written for the M.E.N Group and various other publications.

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