INCREDIBLE footage shows the moment an HGV driver catches up with and appears to throw away the keys of a motorist who dangerously overtook him.
The video shows a dark red 2002 Toyota Landcruiser come within inches of a horrific head-on smash with a lorry and is overtakes another HGV.
The film then shows the Toyota stuck in traffic as the lorry driver catches up on the A5 in Northamptonshire.
The car driver gets out, read for a confrontation, but is stunned when the lorry driver reaches into to the Toyota and appears to remove the keys from the ignition before apparently throwing them away.
The dramatic footage, uploaded by Youtube user Andy G, was filmed on Friday in Towcester, although the date and time stamp are inaccurate.
At the beginning of the video, the driver of the camera car is seen travelling along an overtaking lane.
As he reaches the end of the lane the red Toyota is seen suddenly coming into view on the right side of the screen.
A white and green artic HGV can be seen in the oncoming lane as the 4×4 squeezes inbetween the two lorries, just inches away from hitting both of them.
A vehicle’s horn can be heard as the the Toyota rejoins the correct lane, breaking heavily to avoid hitting the car ahead.
After following the 4×4 for around three minutes, the driver of the dash cam vehicle eventually catches up to him as traffic comes to a stop.
Both drivers are then seen getting out of the vehicles and the Toyota driver is seen marching towards the dash cam lorry.
However, the lorry driver walks straight past the 4×4 motorist and heads straight towards the drivers side and seems to pull the keys from the ignition.
As the Toyota driver follows him, the HGV driver appears to throw the keys down the street.
The two men can be heard arguing, with the Toyota driver understood to be saying “you f***ing d**k” and the lorry driver replying “this is going to the police mate.”
The lorry door can be heard slamming shut as he gets back into the cab before driving around the stranded 4×4 and continuing on his journey.
Commenting on the clip, Andy G wrote: “There’s not much to say about it really. It’s just the kind of driving we put up with on a daily basis.”