Karma Gets One Over On Road Raging Motorcycle Rider

Regardless of what somebody else did to you in traffic, taking matters into your own hands rarely ends well.

We have to assume that the motorcycle rider’s road rage had been caused by something the driver did. Unfortunately for the two-wheeled vigilante, he bit off way more than he could chew the second he chose to physically assault that hatchback.

The description of the video unfortunately doesn’t provide us with an account of what went on prior to the rider kicking the car. All we know is that the incident took place in Brazil and that the rider wasn’t seriously injured, seen as how he gets right back up after the crash.

As for why he fell down in the first place, that’s pretty obvious: it was the force of the kick that sent him tumbling in the opposite direction – well, that’s physics for you…

We know that an argument can be made for this guy getting what he deserved for attempting to damage someone else’s property. The right course of action was to either ignore or, if he was very upset, pull over and talk to the driver. Moreover, he was on two wheels, which means he was much more vulnerable, something he learned the hard way.

Just a tip: there are loads of things you can do if you ever find yourself in the middle of a road rage incident; in fact, you can check out a few pro tips right here.


  • Zandit75

    Seriously guys, you need to check how old these videos are before sharing them!
    Don’t go off the Daily Mail share date, this video is at least a year old, and I wouldn’t be surprised that you hadn’t already posted this video.

    • bxniels0

      Or just not post them at all.

    • Finkployd

      they totally did – it’s still relevant though ☺️

  • steve

    This video is ancient!

  • Six_Tymes

    the jerk driver in the van probably cut him off badly, and almost killed him. good thing no one was hurt bad

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  • Stanislav Batnikov

    Old. Bayan.

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