road-rage

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There have been a lot of extremely angry people caught on camera doing crazy things lately. What is going on?

This guy didn’t like the way the man shooting the video was driving, so in a rather extreme display of road rage, he got out of his car to let him know how he feels.

He tells him he has a kid in his car and that he is not a fan of being video taped. Maybe he was just pissed that he was filming vertically, who knows.

“Is that all?” asks the man behind the camera.

No, that was not all. He then lets his fist do the talking.

There’s a chance it could be fake, as with anything on YouTube, but looks pretty real. Let’s add him to our list of folks who could use some anger management including Ferry Terminal Freakout Lady,McDonald’s McMeltdown Guy, Dollar Store Kid and the most recent Walmart Tax Worker Takedown.

Via: heidel420
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A woman was tailgating a car in Northern California this weekend, and she went full speed towards Crazy Town after the passengers made "a rude hand gesture" to her.

The 50-year-old woman, Dierdre Orozco, drove her Ford Explorer in front of the girls to get them to stop. She also pretended to be a police officer, even getting out of her car at one point and approaching them with some sort of ID.

When this strategy failed, she decided to start ramming them off the road.

The crazy woman was eventually arrested when she went off the exit.

Via: NASCAR
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A NASCAR event turned into a boxing match Sunday, when tensions between Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski escalated into an all out brawl, leaving both racers all bloodied up.

Gordon said was upset about Keselowski's erratic driving during the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway, particularly when he ran into his car and set it spinning.

"He's just a dip---. The way he races, I don't know how he ever won a championship and I'm just sick and tired of it."

Keselowski was actually fined last month for his involvement in another post-race brawl, which NASCAR says is for "maintaining a safe environment following the race."

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