Strop Gear! Audi driver throws a huge tantrum after being hit with a parking ticket by tearing it out and driving away – almost smacking into another car
- Driver parked on a double yellow line marked bicycle lane in Manchester
- He grabs the ticket from the windshield and throws it away when the guard looks
- As he drives off the sidewalk, he almost crashes into an approaching car that brakes
This is the moment of cruelty that a furious driver throws a sling when his Audi is beaten with a fine for blocking a cycle path.
While the traffic registrant watches, the motorist pushes his car, tears the ticket off his windshield and throws it away.
But if he is going to make a hasty outing, he pulls in the busy traffic in Manchester city center and shuns an opponent on the other side.
The furious driver made his act of resisting Princess Street near Manchester's Chinatown
The furious driver made his act of resisting Princess Street near the city's Chinatown, which, according to the Manchester Evening News, was captured by a cycling security activist.
Their 20-second clip shows a man in a checkered shirt and blue shorts moving up to a black Audi parked on a double-yellow, cycle-marked cycle path.
He grabs a yellow piece of paper – the card – from the windshield and throws it on the floor while the parking attendant watches.
The driver then climbs into his Audi and prepares for a quick exit, but the guard marches on the road and photographs the car.
Suddenly the motorist pulls away from the curb and almost crashes into a silver car that is forced to brake to prevent a collision.
He grabs a yellow piece of paper – the card – from the windshield and throws it on the floor while the parking attendant watches
After seeing the tantrum unfold, the witness struck the driver's parking as & # 39; inattentive & # 39; but praised the cool temperament of the guard.
They said: & I stopped to see the dangerous and inconsiderate parking garage get the ticket it deserves, a rare event in London, the driver appeared and yanked the ticket under his windscreen wiper.
& # 39; The director was calm and dedicated and received the information and evidence he needed.
& # 39; I was going to make sure he was okay, because it's a very terrible way to be treated when you're working. & # 39;
The driver then climbs into his Audi and prepares for a quick exit but the guard marches on the road and photographs the car