Impatient driver cuts up HGV at traffic lights and is immediately pulled over by unmarked police car

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Instant karma for an impatient driver as he cuts up an HGV at traffic lights only to be immediately pulled over by an unmarked police car

  • Martin Brazier was driving through Bradford when he pulled up to the lights
  • Out of nowhere, a driver zooms past him in the right-hand lane at the junction
  • A second car then does exactly the same then its blue lights start flashing 

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This is the satisfying moment an impatient driver who cuts up an HGV at a set of traffic lights is immediately pulled over by police.

The dashcam footage was captured in Bradford by Martin Brazier, the driver of the HGV. 

It shows traffic in the left lane queuing to go straight ahead at lights while the right-hand lane is empty.

A car cuts up an HGV at a set of traffic lights in Bradford by zooming down the right-hand lane before pulling into the left

A car then zooms up the right-hand lane and then pulls over to the left to cut in front of the HGV. 

Moments later, another car does exactly the same, speeding down the right-hand lane before pulling up behind the first car on the other side of the lights.

The second car then starts to flash its blue lights as it is revealed it was an unmarked police car.  

Impatient driver cuts up HGV at traffic lights and is immediately pulled over by unmarked police car

Seconds later, the same thing happens again but unbeknown to the drivers it is an unmarked police car

Impatient driver cuts up HGV at traffic lights and is immediately pulled over by unmarked police car

The police car then starts to flash its blue lights and indicates to the driver in front to pull over

Mr Brazier posted the footage to social media with the caption: ‘Karma.’  

Speaking today, he said: ‘He saved maybe a minute.

It was busy but moving. 

‘I held back a little to make sure I could clear the junction or it would be someone’s else video of me blocking the junction.’

West Yorkshire Police have been approached for comment.

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