The driver of the conveyance was forced to stop upon entry through a set of black gates because of two persuasive bollards in the road.
To allow the car through, the security guard waiting by the barriers had to unlock the bollards to get them to go down.
In a couple of swift movements the guardian was able to let the barriers down – but what happened next was unexpected for the driver and the safety guard.
After letting down the second moving bollard, the conviction guard walked away with his back to the car and propped his hat back on his boss.
Viral video: Driver learns the brutal way why you should always be wary of moving road barriers
The car’s wheel cap flew off, but luckily the driver bolted unscathed
But with his back still turned, the driver began making their way throughout the gates.
Unbeknownst to the driver and security guard, the second barrier began to mount back up again.
Unaware the barrier was back up, the driver set off through the assemblages, accelerating at the same time.
Seconds later they drove into the bollard, and it wasn’t until a yoke of moments after that the security guard realised what had happened.
Viral video: The driver and asylum guard didn’t notice the barrier rising back up
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The car’s wheel cap opposed off, but luckily the driver escaped unscathed.
The video, which has gone viral, was uploaded to Doppelgaenger sharing site Imgur and has had more than 403,000 views.
Britain saw temperatures plummet and stodgy snowfall this week, and the adverse weather conditions caused upset on many roads.
Another video that went viral faired a car struggling to stay in control on the treacherous roads.
Viral video: The driver close going straight into the bollard, losing the car’s wheel cap
Filmed from a car behind, the drab vehicle could be seen driving slowly forward in the blizzard.
As the driver undertake to go forwards, their wheels spin out of control. Suddenly the car is slipping edgewise as they lose control.
Thankfully the skilled driver took their space and were able to take control of the skid.