Car driver teaches reckless motorbiker road rage lesson


An incident of road rage in Vietnam has gained attention after a motorbike rider travelled against traffic, ignoring safety rules, and exhibited arrogant behaviour. The rider was eventually confronted by the driver of a black car who retaliated by teaching the motorbike rider a lesson.

Reports from a Vietnamese website revealed a recent incident that caused a stir on social media as a man defied traffic rules by riding his motorbike against traffic flow. He then proceeded to abruptly park in the middle of the road and appeared to be unbothered by annoyed onlookers and the blaring horns of vehicles. In fact, he calmly took out his phone while ignoring the people around him.

The situation escalated when a black car, which was blocked by the motorbike rider, had to manoeuvre away from the obstacle. However, this was far from the end of the story. As the car drove past the motorbike rider, the latter suddenly slammed his hand against the vehicle’s side in an apparent act of provocation following the previous honking of the horn.

Finally, having had enough of the motorbike rider’s rude and appalling attitude, the driver of the black car strategically reversed the vehicle, nudging the parked motorbike. The intention was to teach the motorbike rider a lesson for his disrespectful behaviour. This act by the car driver elicited smirks from those witnessing the scene since they had little sympathy for the motorbike rider, who had been a nuisance with his reckless actions thus far.

In related news, Phuket police apprehended an Australian man for causing damage to a passenger van in a road rage incident, specifically targeting the vehicle’s rear-view mirrors. To read more click HERE.

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Samantha Rose

Samantha was a successful freelance journalist who worked with international news organizations before joining Thaiger. With a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from London, her global perspective on news and current affairs is influenced by her days in London, Singapore, and Bangkok. She now uncovers general stories related to Thailand.