This is the moment a passenger in an Audi got out of the car and PUNCHED a cyclist in a shocking act of road rage.
The incident started as a number of bikers waited in a ‘cycle box’ at a set of traffic lights.
A white Audi A7 then slowly crept into the zone, frustrating a smartly-dressed man who decided to remonstrate with the motorist.
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The Audi then speeds off, infuriating the cyclist who rides as fast as he can to catch up the the driver at the next set of lights.
When he reaches the Audi, he calls him a “f***ing p***k”, and appears to say the driver had nearly run over his foot.
A passenger in the Audi suddenly gets out and swings a left hook, hitting the cyclist before pushing him off his bike and into a stationary taxi.
He then yells a few obscenities before getting back into the car and being driven off.
The whole incident, which took place during Thursday morning rush hour on Farringdon Road in London, was captured on video and uploaded to YouTube.
It has now gone viral with more than 250,000 views in four days.
The road rage incident involving the cyclist and the Audi driver and passenger was captured on camera by Jude, who was on his way to work.
Jude, who didn’t want to give his full name, couldn’t be sure if the driver had run over the cyclist’s foot but said the driver had paid “little or no attention to the safety of the cyclist”.
The magazine editor, 26, from London, added: “Confrontations between cyclists and motorists are a daily occurrence in the same way that drivers shouting at other drivers from inside their car is common.
“That this resulted in physical violence is what makes it so shocking, I have never seen that before.
“It was shocking, you do not expect to see that kind of behaviour on the roads.”
A spokesperson for the Met Police said they were aware of the incident but hadn’t received a complaint.
They added: “We are keen to hear from the cyclist if he wants to report it.”