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Hummer driver explodes with rage after man calls instead of leaving his parking lot

Hummer driver explodes after motorist calls instead of leaving parking – but what he did off camera divided viewers

  • An incident on the road between two drivers took place at Bass Hill Plaza on Sunday
  • Images posted online show a Hummer driver berating a man sitting in his car
  • The Hummer driver accuses the man of turning the bird over to him after honking
  • The clip divided commentators, with some saying the response was justified

A Hummer driver has burst out in a fit of rage after a man stayed in his car to make a phone call instead of leaving his parking lot.

Footage of the heated incident on Sunday afternoon at Bass Hill Plaza, south west Sydney, was shared with Facebook group Dash Cam Owners Australia.

You see the Hummer waiting for the other car to leave before the driver gets impatient and starts honking.

“I’m on the phone, buddy,” says the man in the dashcam car, before the Hummer suddenly swerves in front of him.

A Hummer driver has been captured on camera berating a man who called in his car instead of leaving his park at a shopping center in south west Sydney

A Hummer driver has been captured on camera berating a man who called in his car instead of leaving his park at a shopping center in south west Sydney

The Hummer driver jumps out of his vehicle and rushes over to the man, pulling open his car door to scold him.

‘What the f ** k! I asked you a question – are you going? ‘the driver shouts.

“I’m on the phone, mate,” the man replies calmly.

The Hummer driver then accuses the man of making a rude gesture while on the phone.

“What goddamn crack are you on, why would you give me the bird?” he says.

“Because you beeped, I’m just trying to call, just give me a minute,” the man responds.

The Hummer driver calls the man a ‘rude f ** k’ and appears to hit his door, triggering the car’s emergency recording system.

Spectators then step in to disperse the situation and escort the man back to his Hummer before driving off.

The dashcam driver can be heard shouting from his car ‘you’re all on camera’ as the Hummer pulls off, continuing to call his mate to vent about the incident.

The video quickly garnered more than 800 responses within three hours, with many comments hitting the Hummer driver due to “ anger issues. ”

If he can get angry about that, imagine behind closed doors. That c ** t is scary! one person wrote.

The heated incident took place Sunday afternoon in the Bass Hill Plaza parking lot (photo)

The heated incident took place Sunday afternoon in the Bass Hill Plaza parking lot (photo)

The heated incident took place Sunday afternoon in the Bass Hill Plaza parking lot (photo)

“Hummer driver has serious anger issues, so I would report it to the police, hopefully he has the same anger issues when the police visit him,” added another.

But others were quick to point out that the dashcam owner’s behavior wasn’t ideal either.

Poll

Who was wrong?

  • Hummer driver 0 votes
  • Dashcam driver 0 votes
  • Uncertain 0 votes

‘Does everyone miss the bit that the driver of the dashboard camera gives the bird? It is common to ask if someone is going or not. A yes or no would suffice, not turn the bird over, ”commented someone else.

“ I love how the dash cam driver was all polite when the guy was at his car, but once the old buddy comes back to Hummer, the guy with the dash cam gets back up and running and then big notes to his buddy on the phone , ”said another.

The driver of the dash cam is not as innocent as he appears to be. The other man just beeped to get his attention to see if he was leaving, so the DC driver raises his finger at him. You can’t give someone the bird and expect them not to get angry, ‘wrote a third.

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