Angry Driver Branded 'Big Oaf' After Fiery Confrontation With Coach Driver
If you can count on the internet to do one thing it's provide us with an infinite number of irate motorists kicking off at the slightest bit of bother. We all have fond memories of Ronnie 'F***ing' Pickering.
But a new contender for the road rage crown has now emerged in the form of a VW driver from Warrington.
Footage has been shared online showing a fiery confrontation between the unnamed motorist and a coach driver - of LMTravel - whose vehicles were stuck facing each other in the middle of a road - with both men refusing to move.
After a short stand-off, the clip shows the bald VW driver - who's sporting a Fast and Fuhrerious' T-shirt - jumping out of his gold car and launching into a foul-mouthed tirade, telling the coach driver to 'get a proper job' and 'shut [his] mouth', also calling him 'f*****g scum'.
Fairly shocked by the level of anger shown by the bald man, the coach driver asks: "Why are you being abusive?" The bald man replies: "Because I can be," before bragging about his '£40,000 car'.
The self-proclaimed 'businessman' then goes back to his motor - which has the registration 'BI8 0AF' - and grabs his phone before taking pictures of the coach and the driver.
The incident happened on Penny Lane in the Burtonwood area of Warrington, Cheshire, at around 3pm on Saturday, 10 August.
Throughout the whole ordeal, the man filming the exchange can be heard pleading with both men to bring it to an end and let other cars pass.
Eventually, the coach backs up and allows the bald man to get on his way.
The clip has since been posted online, with users jumping to the defence of the coach driver.
Posting on Facebook, one person wrote: "What an absolute sausage just move your car and calm down before your your blood pressure and cholesterol rockets."
Another user added: "You are not the centre of the universe no matter what you drive."
A third said: "Just let the coach driver through! Poor guy is just trying to do his job on over crowded roads and much harder to manoeuvre than a quick reverse by the car!"
Lee Marsh, who owns LMTravel, commented: "Our driver handled the situation brilliantly, we're really pleased with the way he dealt with it.
"He was professional despite the behaviour of the other driver. Common sense should tell you that the Volkswagen should have backed up and let the coach go.
"He has made himself look like a bit of a fool to be honest."
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