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Road rage men caught on dashcam ‘threatening to BEHEAD lorry driver’ because ‘they thought he cut them up’

Shocking video footage has showed the moment two furious men ‘threatened to behead a lorry driver’ in a road rage incident. The clip captures the men getting out of their car and approaching the lorry from behind, as the driver stops at a set of traffic lights. One of them then try to open the door of the truck before shouting, pointing and making hand gestures towards the lorry driver.

The victim claims the men made threats to kill him, while one of the men threatens to slit his throat – using a hand gesture.

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One of the two men made a throat-slitting gesture towards the truck driver

During the road rage in Solihull, West Mids on February 2, both males tell Mr George to get out of his vehicle. But Coventry Telegraph[1] reports Mr George said he felt so scared that he kept his doors locked. “It was frightening,” he said.

“The lights were on red and that’s when the men got out to approach me. “They thought I had cut them up on the road and were really angry. “Both of them were extremely aggressive and particularly nasty individuals.

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It is claimed the lorry driver had cut the men up on the road

“At one point – and you can see it in the video – one of the men makes a hand gesture across his throat, as if he is slitting his throat with a knife.

“This is the point where he threatens to slit my throat. “I do not think they had weapons on them but the threats are bad enough. “I wanted to share this footage because I think this type of behaviour needs to be public.

“Regardless of what happens on the road, people should not be behaving in this way.”

The men tried to get into the truck by opening the door, but the driver refused to let them

The verbal altercation lasts around one minute and ends with the two males marching back to their vehicle, which is parked just behind Mr George’s lorry.

Just before the men turn to leave, one of the men is seen aggressively pointing to the driver before making the ‘slitting’ motion across his throat.

The driver said he has been in contact with police about the incident, but is yet to make a formal complaint.

References

  1. ^ Coventry Telegraph (www.coventrytelegraph.net)

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