Violent Road Rage Driver Cut Up Biker Before Spitting At Him And Threatening A Fight

January 24, 2017 | by | 0 Comments
This video shows the shocking moment an angry motorist spits at a biker and cuts him up in a serious bout of road rage - before threatening a fight.

This video shows the shocking moment an angry motorist spits at a biker and cuts him up in a serious bout of road rage – before threatening a fight.

This shocking video shows the moment an angry motorist cuts up a biker – before SPITTING on him.

Stunned Chris Brisbane was riding back from a friend’s house when a Ford Focus speeds into the slip lane beside him – squeezing him between two cars.

And then in a serious bout of road rage. the driver winds down the window and projects his saliva all over the victim.

He then pulls his car in front of him blocking him from moving and offers a fight, before driving away angrily when Chris refuses.

The footage was captured on a helmet camera on Friday night at a slip road on the A38 in Plymouth, Devon.

Security guard Chris, 28, said he has reported the incident to the police and sent them the video, but has not yet had a response from them.

He has taken action into his own hands and released footage of it on social media.

SWNS_ROAD_RAGE_02Chris said: “I was on the right hand side of the slip road and this guy came in [to the slip road] like a complete maniac. I shouted at him and he rolled down his window and spat at me.

“He then pulled his car blocking the right hand lane and was wanting me to fight him – I asked him ‘do you want this to go to the police?’ and pointed at my head cam.”

The driver then sped away in a rage.

Chris, from Plymouth, said road rage attacks against him and other bikers have become so frequent he felt he needed a camera to record the evidence.

He added: “I was not going over the speed limit or anything like that. I was just taking a casual ride back from a friend’s house and did not expect anything like that.

“It is the first time I have caught something like that on camera. But it does happen a lot.

“I was shocked. I just find it unbelievable that they think that’s acceptable.

“I did yell at him, which was not the smartest move, but why did he have to get that close.

“And spitting on someone is just repulsive in any circumstances.

“I am an experienced rider and it was scary for me. It could have been a lot worse for someone who has not been riding for long.”

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