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Irate driver repeatedly rams his car into a mobile speed camera 


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Irate driver repeatedly rams his battered car into a mobile speed camera – as other motorists applaud his efforts on social media

  • Moment driver rammed their car into a speed camera was filmed on dashcam 
  • Dramatic vision showed battered grey vehicle slam repeatedly into the camera
  • Angry motorist blocked traffic as they backed onto the road after each attempt 
  • Driver sent a thick exhaust haze into the air as they furiously revved their engine

The shocking moment an irate Australian driver repeatedly rammed his car into a roadside speed camera has been captured on dashcam footage.

Dramatic vision showed the battered grey vehicle slam into the mobile speed camera at least three times – sending a thick exhaust haze into the air as they revved their engine.

The driver blocked traffic as they backed up between each attempt, with a line of other bemused motorists watching on during the bizarre act of road rage. 

After ramming into the camera for a final time, the angry motorist sent even more exhaust fumes into the air as they pushed down on the accelerator.

‘Australians… we know how to deal with speed cameras,’ one person wrote as they shared the footage online.

Other viewers expressed their admiration for the driver for standing up to road authorities, with one calling for them to be awarded Australian of the Year.

Another joked about the car’s battered appearance, and wondered whether the driver had deliberately used a run-down vehicle to take on the speed camera.

‘What a way to use demolition derby vehicles, should be more of it!,’ a third person said.    

Social media users expressed their admiration for the driver for standing up to road authorities, with one calling for them to be awarded Australian of the Year

An irate Australian driver has repeatedly rammed his car into a roadside speed camera as other bemused motorists watched on

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