A mean motorist with a & # 39; Big Oaf & # 39; license plate that a bus driver & # 39; called the bastard & # 39; and told him & # 39; getting a good job & # 39 ;, is called the new Ronnie Pickering.
The unnamed VW Arteon driver – in a large & # 39; Fast and Fuhrerious & # 39; T-shirt – flew into anger after finding that he could not pass a carriage on a narrow road.
Both drivers then refused to reverse, which led to a hilarious 15-minute distance in which the & # 39; Big Oaf & # 39; launched a big-mouthed tirade.
The furious driver was wearing a strange T-shirt with references to the Fast and Furious films and Adolf Hitler
Pictured: The motorist rages against a driver in Warrington while he & # 39; scum & # 39; calls
On the photo: the man with the muzzle next to his & # 39; BI8 OAF & # 39; car he screamed cost £ 40,000
The overweight VW driver left his vehicle and launched a volley of abuse through the coach window to the bewildered driver.
The bald man in his fifties can be heard: & # 39; look for a good job and shut up & # 39; against the coachman and call him & # 39; f ***** g scum & # 39 ;.
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When the bus driver asks, & # 39; why are you abusing? & # 39 ;, the other man says, & # 39; because I can be & # 39; before bragging about his & # 39; £ 40,000 car & # 39 ;.
The bus driver, who works for a company called LMTravel, then asks what a good job is, to which the other man replies & # 39; my job & # 39; before he says he has his own company.
The & # 39; businessman & # 39; then took out his camera phone and took a picture of the bearded coachman who gave him both thumbs up.
He was wearing a gray T-shirt with images of two tanks next to the words & # 39; Fast and Fuhrerious & # 39 ;, which is a reference to Adolf Hitler, whose title was Fuhrer.
Pictured: the bald man rushes to a coachman after he has left his car to shout abuse at the man
The impasse eventually comes to an end when the bus driver reverses and makes way for the furious Volkswagen driver, whose personal license plate & # 39; BI8 0AF & # 39; reads.
The three-minute and 45-second video was made by a fellow road user who got his camera out after he waited for the couple to resolve the problem for ten minutes.
The incident occurred on Saturday, August 10, around 3 p.m. on Penny Lane in the Burtonwood area of Warrington, Cheshire.
Five cars are standing in line behind the coach, while the two drivers kept arguing, unaware of everyone else.
The coachman saw his abuser troll while the angry driver & # 39; a good job & # 39; shouted during the strange tirade
The man who made the video can be heard begging the motorists to end the ordeal, adding that he has children in his car.
Social media users have encountered the defense of the coach driver, whose identity is also unknown.
Matty Sim wrote on Facebook and wrote: & # 39; What an absolute sausage, move your car and calm down for your blood pressure and cholesterol rockets. & # 39;
Carly Mortlock added: & # 39; You are not the center of the universe, whatever you drive. & # 39;
Daniel Tse said: & # 39; Just let the coachman pass! Poor man just tries to do his job on crowded roads and much harder to maneuver than a fast reverse through the car! & # 39;
Helen Oldfield added: & # 39; Well done to show the bus driver a greater attitude and emotion! Unlike the ignorant offending OAF who thinks he's the big one that I am! & # 39;
Lee Marsh, owner of LMTravel, said: “Our driver handled the situation brilliantly, we are very satisfied with the way he dealt with it. He was professional despite the behavior of the other driver.
Pickering criticizes the moped rider before he asks the motorcyclist if he knew who he was. If the man does not respond, Pickering tells him: & I am Ronnie Pickering & # 39;
& # 39; Common sense should tell you that the Volkswagen should have been driving backwards and had to let the bus go. He has honestly made himself a little foolish. & # 39;
A grandfather from Hull named Ronnie Pickering came in the news in 2015 when he became embroiled in his own anger incident with a motorcyclist.
In the video Ronnie Pickering can be heard by the rider; & # 39; Do you know who I am? & # 39; before being asked who and which answers; & # 39; I am Ronnie Pickering. & # 39;
The coach company has been approached for comment.
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