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Drivers’ dispute in North Taiwan sees scuffle on car roof

This shocking footage shows two motorists getting into a violent fistfight in the middle of a busy motorway.

One driver, who wanted only his surname of Lee known, had apparently angered the motorist after overtaking him on a road in New Taipei City in North Taiwan.

The footage shows Lee, who was with his wife, speeding past the other car at a bend, but the motorist catches up, drives alongside him and begins yelling at him from his open window.

One driver, who wanted only his surname of Lee known, had apparently angered the motorist after overtaking him on a road in New Taipei City in North Taiwan. The man blocks Lee at the lights of a crossroad and even gets out of his car to continue the argument

A few minutes later, the man blocks Lee at the lights of a crossroad and even gets out of his car to continue the argument.

However, Lee continues to driver much to the astonishment of the frustrated driver.

In retaliation the motorist jumps on Lee’s bonnet and kicks his windscreen.

From here the exchange quickly escalates as Lee joins the driver on his bonnet and the pair proceed to have a scuffle.

However, Lee continues to driver much to the astonishment of the frustrated driver. In retaliation the motorist jumps on Lee¿s bonnet and kicks his windscreen

However, Lee continues to driver much to the astonishment of the frustrated driver. In retaliation the motorist jumps on Lee’s bonnet and kicks his windscreen

From here the exchange quickly escalates as Lee joins the driver on his bonnet and the pair proceed to have a scuffle

From here the exchange quickly escalates as Lee joins the driver on his bonnet and the pair proceed to have a scuffle

They continue to fight, grabbing and punching each other as they roll down the front of the car and onto the busy road.

A passerby leaves his car when he sees the bizarre scenes and swiftly tries to break up the pair.

The brawl was captured in full on Lee’s dashcam, which was used by police during their investigate.

The authorities were called by Lee’s wife, who did not leave the car.

New Taipei City pressed no charges after both parties decided not to pursue them.

The drivers agreed to settle the matter privately and they will both pay for the damage done to their own vehicles, reports said.

They continue to fight, grabbing and punching each other as they roll down the front of the car and onto the busy road

They continue to fight, grabbing and punching each other as they roll down the front of the car and onto the busy road

The brawl was captured in full on Lee¿s dashcam, which was used by police during their investigate

The brawl was captured in full on Lee’s dashcam, which was used by police during their investigate



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