Typical road rage videos usually surface from Russia, Eastern Europe, and the US of A, but every once in a while, Chinese have to stand their ground as well.
With almost 1.4 billion residents estimated last year, the People’s Republic has a massive number of vehicles on its roads. It’s well known that traffic jams span for many miles and, in extreme cases, they can last more than 10 days, as it happened back in 2010 on the China National Highway.
However, the newest footage, captured on a traffic surveillance camera, has nothing to do with sitting behind the wheel, looking at your watch and trying to find new routes on your navigation app, as it is represents a pure form of extreme violence.
As it happens with many of these videos, it’s unknown what set its wheels in motion, as filming began too late and ended too early. Even so, at the 1.5 minute mark, we can see cars getting bashed and people run over on purpose. In fact, if the white sedan would have had the turning radius of a new Smart ForTwo, then the man/woman sitting behind the wheel would have happily ran over some of them again. Even so, nobody seems to have been seriously injured, or so the video’s description claims.
Warning, due to extreme violence, viewer discretion is advised.