Disturbing road rage fight caught on video: "I would do the same"

Disturbing road rage fight caught on video: "I would do the same"

- A wild fist fight was caught on video and shared on social media

- The road rage incident was a result of a man throwing an object at another motorist's car

- The enraged motorist then retaliated with his fists, much to Mzansi's amusement

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An incident of road rage was caught on video and shared on social media. It shows two men engaging in a fist fight after a confrontation in the middle of traffic. Social media users had mixed reactions about the footage although many showed amusement.

The video was shared by the South Africa Live Facebook page and has over 2 000 comments. Facebook user Wayne Lamprecht commented on the man who started the fight by throwing an object at the second man's car:

"Throwing an object at that boet's car, really taught him a lesson... Boet"

Mario Kittler said:

"If he had kept himself composed and not thrown an object at the other guy’s car, he could have saved himself from getting beaten up..."

Darlton Botha said:

"Throws the guy's car with an object while he was clearly driving away. Then gets an old school hiding."

Hlologelo Malatji said:

"Eish... he started the trouble. I thought he trusted himself to complete it. If he opens a criminal case that will be very silly of him."

Belinda McNicol Black was more focused on the third man who entered the fray to break up the fight:

"To the bloke who broke up the fight “Give that man a Bells,” he risked a lot there. 10/10"

Thoriso Letlape said:

"I used to think I'm sick in the head until I read the comments here. I'm not the one with a twisted sense of humour."

Tebogo Lesley Chauke said:

"Yeses he didn't even throw one punch but he started the fight."

Jaytee MC's Tyre said:

"With this huge guy I would have not waited for any punch but fake the collapse."

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Calvin 'Sj' Allcock said:

"Throw something at my car like that and I would do the same."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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