Watch crazed driver overtake multiple cars and squeeze past oncoming traffic – everybody said the same thing | The Sun

A VIDEO uploaded to Instagram shows a shocking bit of driving that has everybody saying the same thing.

Uploaded by 'Norfolk Dash Cam' the video shows a Nissan Juke that isn't prepared to wait in a line of traffic.

It's shot from the dash cam of a car following a Peugeot 5008 through traffic.

A double-decker bus is visible in front of the Peugeot and it begins to pull away from a bus stop as the video starts.

As the traffic starts to move off, a white Nissan Juke appears on the righthand side.

It appears to be going for an overtake of the car with the dashcam, the red 5008 and the bus all at the same time.

The trouble is, the bus has already moved off and there are cars coming the other way.

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Most people would realise their mistake and admit defeat, but not the driver in this Juke.

Instead, it keeps on going, nearly smashing into a Vauxhall Mokka coming the other way.

It squeezes past the Vauxhall and unbelievably has another go at cutting in from of the red 5008.

The Peugeot driver is having none of it and shuts the door, leaving the Juke with no choice but to slow down.


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As a Kia Picanto then comes at the Juke on the other side of the road, it finally gives up and cuts in front of the dash cam car.

People in the comments were all saying the same thing about the incident.

@dankyydank said: "There’s a time and a place where that overtake would work but that wasn’t one of them, people are so stupid and so unaware of situations no wonder why there’s so many crashes."

While @s_tv1963 said: "Their driving…. so there is a brain somewhere in there."

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