Road rager loses the plot and starts fight he can’t finish

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

The troublemaker in this video became so enraged at the driver he was arguing with that he charged at him, leading to an instant dose of karma.

The altercation is believed to have taken place on the corner of Ottawa and Walker, a busy intersection in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and was recorded by a female bystander, while a hilarious running commentary was later added by Kobe Kay from the ‘Kobe’s Korner’ podcast.

The video doesn’t show what sparked off the situation in the first place, but it’s resulted in an irate scooter rider yelling at the truck driver and then suddenly running at him, roaring at the top of his lungs as he does so.

That seems like a terrible idea for a whole variety of different reasons, not least of which is the fact that the guy he’s attempting to attack is significantly bigger than him, and almost immediately he gets his comeuppance as the truck driver drops him with a right hand.

Getting back to his feet the scooter rider is immediately greeted with another straight right to the face that flattens him for a second time, with the truck driver then warning him to “f**k off” before moving back to his vehicle.

Despite being rocked the scooter rider still hasn’t had enough though and unsteadily attempts to rise up and get back into the fight, so the truck driver is forced to shove him back down again.

Remarkably, scooter-guy still refuses to call it a day, and despite being warned by the woman filming the incident to “stop going after him,” he gets up and starts throwing wild, ineffectual punches that hit nothing but fresh air.

Eventually a bystander intervenes, likely saving scooter-guy from being rendered unconscious, and police arrive on the scene as the video comes to an end.

It’s not clear what action was taken afterwards, but it’s hard to feel any sympathy for scooter-guy given that he started the physical confrontation, forcing the truck driver into defending himself.

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