‘Move before I belt you’: Furious driver hurls foul-mouthed abuse at binmen after their lorry blocks the road
Footage of 30-minute stand-off recorded in West Kirby, Merseyside, on TuesdayWoman wearing a multi-coloured hat and fluffy coat pulls up right behind a lorry
She then launches into her tirade through the window of her silver Audi
This is the shocking moment that a driver launches into a furious tirade against binmen who were temporarily blocking the road.
Footage of the 30-minute stand-off was recorded by an onlooker on Gilroy Road in West Kirby, Merseyside, on Tuesday.
The unnamed woman begins her foul-mouthed rant after pulling up right behind the lorry in an attempt to stop the council staff from loading the bins.
The video was recorded by Aaron Casey-Sloan, 22, who had been in a car with his two young children when he witnessed the woman’s actions.
He said that the bin lorry was stopped close to a junction when the woman, who was wearing a multi-coloured hat and fluffy coat, started verbally abusing staff.
In the clip, she can be heard shouting from the window of her silver Audi: ‘That’s my point, that’s my point.
‘You couldn’t just go round there could you. Could he have gone round that corner?’
One of the bin men tries to reason with her and says: ‘But there was a bin there. Could you not just have waited?’
But the woman is undeterred and continues: ‘Could he have gone round that corner? Yes, he f***ing could.
‘You four-eyed f***. F***ing move before I belt you.’
Footage of the 30-minute stand-off was recorded by an onlooker on Gilroy Road in West Kirby, Merseyside, on Tuesday as the woman launched into a foul-mouthed rant