SHOCKING video shows the moment a cyclist was ploughed down by a dopey driver who asked “where did you come from?”
Barry Jones had to go to hospital and had to write-off his £2,000 carbon bike after the idiot driver crashed into him at a junction in Harold Hill, London.
The 45-year-old from Havering in East London was left with bruising all over his body and pain in his ankle, hip and neck following the head-on collision.
In the clip, Barry can be seen travelling down Gubbins Lane in Harold Hill as he attempts to cross the A12.
As he starts crossing the busy junction, a silver Vauxhall who was sitting patiently at the lights decides to try and cut Barry off.
However, the driver ends up colliding with Barry who is thrown from his bike and over the top of the silver Vauxhall.
Barry can be heard moaning in pain as the man leaves his car and casually says: “Alright mate.”
Unimpressed, Barry says: “F***** alright mate? You having a f***** laugh?!”
The driver then asks: “Where did you come from?”
Enraged by the driver’s remark, Barry continues: “What do you mean where did I come from? I came from the f***** road you blind c**!”
In pain, Barry continues to moan and groan as he lays on the ground in agony.
The driver then left the scene while Barry made his way to hospital to be checked over.
Barry decided to share the footage last week following a lengthy dispute with insurance over the incident that happened in September last year.
Barry suffered bruising all over and pain to his ankle and hip, with his injuries being superficial only.
His £2,000 carbon fibre bike was unfortunately ruined in the incident and was written off.
Barry shared his shocking footage onto Facebook last week which angered Facebook users who could not believe the actions of the driver.
Dave Scott said: “Another idiot car driver.”
Anthony Rushworth posted: “Holy f***amoly.”
And Eddie Turner commented: “Car is at fault, he should have given way.”
Speaking today, Barry said: “I went over to the left and obviously the guy saw a gap but didn’t look out for me.
“He hit me, I was in a bit of pain in my side in my hip area and my back because I was over his bonnet.
“It was painful at the start.
“They called an ambulance and I went to hospital and I was cleared. Everything was fine, but I was sore for a few weeks.
“I cycled past it yesterday and I felt some anxiety going across that road, that was quite strange.”