Terrifying moment Chinese boyfriend makes a U-turn on the highway and drives oncoming traffic to scare his girlfriend after they had a fight
- Dashcam recordings were made on the Taizhou-Zhenjiang Expressway in Danyang
- Motorist brakes on the hard shoulder before turning into oncoming traffic
- Reportedly, Clip started after the couple had a fight and the driver wanted to scare the passenger & # 39;
Terrifying footage records the moment when a Chinese boyfriend makes a U-turn on a highway and runs into oncoming traffic after a fight with his girlfriend.
The dashcam clip, filmed on the Taizhou-Zhenjiang Expressway in Danyang, captures the furious motorist while driving along the busy road in Jiangsu province in East China.
He then starts to slow down on the inner lane of the highway, before suddenly braking on the hard shoulder and making a sharp left turn in oncoming traffic.
The dashcam clip, filmed on the Taizhou-Zhenjiang Expressway in Danyang, captures the motorist as he makes a sharp left turn in oncoming traffic
The driver turns over three lanes in heavy traffic and repeatedly starts honking the horn of his car as he drives towards motorists driving in the other direction.
In the images, a female passenger shouts: & # 39; What do you think you are doing? Are you crazy? & # 39;
While more than 30 cars swing past the driver and avoid collisions head-on, the woman starts screaming with fear.
She says: & # 39; Are you crazy? Are you crazy! This is a highway! & # 39;
The driver turns over three lanes in heavy traffic and repeatedly starts honking the horn of his car as he approaches the other direction towards motorists
More than 30 oncoming vehicles are forced to divert the motorist as he drives into the middle lane of the highway in the wrong direction
The passenger can then be heard screaming: & # 39; I'm calling the police! & # 39; when the short clip ends.
The incident allegedly started after the couple in the car had a fight and the driver decided to turn his vehicle into oncoming traffic to scare his partner.
Zhenjiang police have confirmed that they are investigating the case and have not released any further information. It is unclear whether arrests have been made.
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