SHOCKING video shows the moment a road rage motorist suffers instant karma when a car door is kicked against his head.
The driver retreats to his car after realising he has picked the wrong opponents – but not before his skull is painfully sandwiched between the door and door frame.
The violent incident was recorded in Dundee between the driver of a re Vauxhall Astra and passengers in a BMW in front.
Dale Cairns, who was driving at the city’s Claypotts Junction on Saturday at 5pm, posted the video with the the caption: “’Woooaaah’ sights you see while in Dundee iy!”
The video shows the Astra driver face-off against four men from a black BMW whilst waiting at a set of traffic lights.
The Astra driver turns back to his vehicle just as the lights change from red to green. A voice can be heard from the cam car saying “incident.”
Just as the Astra driver begins to take a seat in his car the BMW driver kicks his car door forcing the Astra driver to smack his head of his own car.
The Astra driver slips into his car whilst another man slams the car door at him. A second voice from the cam car can be heard saying “woah!” in disbelief.
A woman from the cam car then says “that is bang out of order” as the four men hover around the red Astra before eventually piling back into the BMW.
The BMW driver can be seen pointing at the Astra driver before getting into the driver’s seat of the BMW. The other men continue to goad the Astra, and the woman from the cam car says “that is really out of order.”
The cam car begins to drive off just as the last of the men enters the black BMW holding up the traffic behind them at a green light.
The footage has shocked many people on social media.
Laura Wilkinson said: “S***! Brutal”
Ami Lennie added: “F****** hell.”
James Barrón wrote: “Surprised the boy’s head never came off.”
Chelssea Osshea argued: “Guy kicks the door is built like the side of a lamppost hard man with his swagger. Four on one bullying, think it’s f****** shocking. No one knows if there was kids or anything in the back of that car! Guy’s probably got brain damage wee p****s!”
Andy Cook Forrester disagrees: “Chelssea Osshea Mr Billy big b******s got hit by the karma train. Should have stayed in his car and got on with his day.”
Dale today agreed it was a dose of instant karma.
He said: “My reaction was I found it funny as the guy in the Astra got hit with instant karma, it appeared there was some sort of incident previously.
“I missed the first part but the guy in the Astra got out the car first and opened the driver’s door of the BMW and made some very aggressive actions towards the driver before trying to get back into his own motor.
“I think when he seen there was a group of young lads in the car he realised he made a mistake.”
Dale felt that the actions of the group lads was however a bit extreme.
He added: “Yeah I think he (Astra driver) knew he was in trouble. I think it happened that fast I don’t think they (group of lads) actually thought what they were doing. I didn’t think it would be that extreme to be honest with you, but I was also surprised by the guy in the Astra’s initial behaviour.”
A spokesman for Police Scotland said: “We have not been made aware of this incident, however would ask anyone who directly witnessed it to contact us on 101 so we can make relevant enquiries.”