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A man has been captured on camera doing a wheelie on his bike down a busy main road before crashing into a Mercedes and blaming the driver.
The video was shared on YouTube by Wheelie Kay, who has over 90,000 subscribers, and shows him performing a wheelie while pedalling down a road with slow-moving traffic on it.
He then pulls out in front of a Mercedes car that is trying to get past a lorry before smashing into it and beating the bonnet of the car.
The young man, who is wearing earphones at the time of the crash, screams at the driver of the car, who has stepped from the car to confront him.
After leaving the vehicle, the driver is surrounded by at least six men, and one can be heard to say: "Yo! Yo! Yo! Oh my days! What the f*** are you doing, bruv? What are you doing?"
The camera then switches to a shot of the bike, the front wheel of which has been run over by the Mercedes, and another voice can be heard shouting: "Yo! Move the car back, bruv. Move the car back! Look what you've done. Move it back a little bit!"
He then removes the bike from under the car and rides off, in doing so calling the driver a 'stupid driver' and an 'idiot'.
His bike was fine though, and that's the main thing, eh?
This footage was shared on 19 July on the same channel that recently shared a video of a group of young 'uns cycling through an Asda supermarket, wrestling an elderly woman and punching a shopper in the process.
The gang cycled through the aisles of the shop forcing customers to jump out of the way of their wheelie-ing bicycles.
As one of the gang had his backpack tugged by an angry shopper, a struggle ensued and a man was punched in the shoulder.
The men also seemed to steal some biscuits and cans of Red Bull energy drink during the video, which was taken down shortly after it was uploaded.
A statement from Asda at the time said: "The incident at our Brighton Marina store in June was totally unacceptable and whilst we were relieved that none of our customers were injured, we will not tolerate this kind of behaviour in our shops.
"'Our colleagues acted quickly to remove the trespassers from the store within a matter of minutes to ensure our customers were not disrupted for too long.
"However we would again like to apologise for the inconvenience caused and reassure customers that there have been no further incidents of this nature."
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