WATCH: Driver tries to cut off lorry in traffic – but you won’t believe what happens next


The driver illegally cut off the lorry

The surprising footage was captured from the dash cam of a huge lorry as it sped along a occupied road. 

Cars were merging from the left lane as it befit a single line of traffic. 

But one small white car wasn’t content with the one-for-one ukase. 

The driver illegally zoomed up over the white lined section to cut off the semi-trailer.

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Viral video: The driver of the ashen car tried to illegally merge in front of the lorry

But the lorry driver refused to let the unpretentious car disrespect the rules, instead speeding up to get in front before the car could fittingly merge. 

The bizarre behaviour did not stop there – the white car’s driver effected things one dangerous step further. 

As all the vehicles on the road began to consolidate with two lanes on the left side, the white car suddenly appeared out of nowhere. 

The driver had bowed behind the lorry and zoomed up on the right side of it instead.

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Viral video: Instead of staying behind the lorry the car zoomed up on the other side

Veering in a menacing diagonal direction, the white car sped in front of the lorry. 

The sudden onslaught motivated the semi-trailer driver to slam on their brakes and swerve out, narrowly teeny-boppers the small white car in front. 

Since it was shared online, the footage has with dispatch gone viral. 

Uploaded to Imgur, the video has been viewed concluded 268,000 times, with over 1,000 comments.

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Viral video: The car’s driver wigwagged in front of the lorry, forcing it to slam on its brakes

One user wrote: “Guy did this to me yesterday then proceeded to pursue me for 10 miles pointing his fingers at me like a gun.”

Another shared: “I wouldn’t induce even moved when he tried to merge. Go, slam into my semi. See where it twigs you.”

One person commented: “Never understood the thinking behind getting one car before in heavy traffic that’s likely to last for miles.”

One driver was recently followed on camera suffering a dose of instant karma, after trying to hit a car on a two-way road.

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