The driver who unleashed on a Covid protester has shared the abuse she received online after claiming a ‘dumb bogan’ reversed into her at a traffic light.
The incredible road rage erupted after an anti-vaxxer who had been at a Canberra protest allegedly rolled backwards into Chantal-Jasmine Fox.
Thousands of anti-vaxxers have descended on the capital from out of town for days of marches and protests against vaccine mandates and Covid restrictions – much to the anger of locals.
‘What are you doing you f**king bogan?,’ she said as the other films the front of the car to record any damage.
‘Get the f**k out of Canberra, go get a job and find something better to do with your f**king life,’ she yells at the protester, who asks for her licence.
The woman shared a series of responses to her Instagram stories, with one person describing her as ‘shameful’.
‘What do you have to say for yourself,’ a person commented, to which Ms Fox replied: ‘Suck my b***s’.
Chantal-Jasmine Fox (pictured) who identified herself as the woman being filmed was soon inundated with messages from trolls
The argument erupted between the two motorists after one allegedly rolled backwards into Ms Fox’s car on a Canberra road (pictured, one of the drivers)
Ms Fox shared some of the messages she has received from online trolls (pictured) with one telling her to ‘learn some manners’
Ms Fox posted a picture of her black 4WD mounted onto the other woman’s car, saying she was a ‘bit butthurt over an accident’, adding ‘anti-vaxxers = drama’.
She posted the backlash she received as a result of the collision, with some commenters slamming her stance against the protesters, including one who told her to ‘learn some manners’.
‘These are the kind, rational people at these protests,’ Ms Fox responded.
Others called her a ‘dole bludger’ and said she needed a ‘muzzle’.
Ms Fox posted the footage on her story on Saturday saying she had been the victim of an accident at the hands of an anti-vaxxer.
‘You’ve reversed into me. Honey, you’ve just reversed into me,’ the woman behind the wheel repeats.
Ms Fox admitted it was an ‘accident’ but said the anti-vaxxer was overreacting to the incident
The incredible road rage erupted after an anti-vaxxer allegedly rolled backwards into Chantal-Jasmine Fox on a Canberra road
‘Say whatever you want sweetheart. The media doesn’t care about you.’
‘I’m not talking to the media,’ the protester responds.
As she goes to drive off, footage shows her car slam into the back of the protester’s car with the impact launching the 4WD into the air.
The tyres land on the roof of the protester’s car with a loud crunch as the driver lets out a scream.
‘You f**king idiot. You are f**ked,’ the protestor screams back.
The argument erupted between the two motorists after the woman in front allegedly rolled backwards into the other’s car on a Canberra road
The footage quickly spread across social media including on Facebook, and was flooded with comments from locals.
Police have confirmed a woman will be charged with negligent driving.
It comes as 20,000 anti-vaccine activists, conspiracy theorists and people from the sovereign citizen movement marched in the nation’s capital this weekend.
It comes as 20,000 anti-vaccine activists, conspiracy theorists and people from the sovereign citizen movement marched in the nation’s capital this weekend (pictured)
Protesters have been making their presence known in the city since January, however record numbers gathered on the Parliament House lawns on Saturday (pictured, protesters)
Protesters have been making their presence known in the city since January, however record numbers gathered on the Parliament House lawns on Saturday.
On Saturday three people were arrested including one man who allegedly drove his truck through a roadblock.
Some of the demonstrators caused damage to the EPIC show-ground forcing the cancellation of the Lifeline charity book fair.
Police said rising numbers of people at the rallies and campers placing tents in non-camping areas had left organisers with no choice but to cancel.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison asked the activists to protest ‘peacefully and respectfully’ and said state governments were responsible for mandates.
‘I’m going to be very clear when it comes to the issue of vaccine mandates: The Commonwealth government has only ever supported mandates that relate to aged care workers, disability workers and those who are working in high-risk situations in the health system,’ he said at a press conference.
Saturday’s rally of up to 20,000 people is understood to be the biggest public demonstration ever held in Canberra.
Saturday’s rally of up to 20,000 people is understood to be the biggest public demonstration ever held in Canberra (pictured, people take part in a Convoy to Canberra protest)
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