The screaming motorist who banged on a terrified female driver’s windscreen and called her a s**g in a shocking road rage incident has been pictured.
Foul-mouthed Peter Abbott, 59, went viral in a video last week when he started shouting at the female motorist, branding her a ‘f***ing bloody annoying woman’ and a ‘f***ing s**g’.
Shocking footage showed the hostile man aggressively approaching the car outside a petrol station in Bournemouth, Dorset, snarling at the woman as he shouted: ‘Do you see me you f***ing tart?’
The video, which is said to have been filmed on August 25, was posted on Facebook by Becky Ryan as she appealed for people to identify the man shouting at the woman, who she identified as her mother.
She wrote: ‘Anyone know this vile, disgusting, pathetic excuse of a human who decided to verbally abuse my Mum at Tesco Bournemouth Castle Lane Petrol Station last Friday?’
DO YOU KNOW PETER ABBOTT? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Abbott, 59, the foul-mouthed driver who shouted at a female motorist, is pictured
The screaming motorist who banged on a terrified female driver’s windscreen and called her a s**g in a shocking road rage incident has been unmasked as foul-mouthed Peter Abbott, 59
The video shows the extremely angry motorist snarl and shout at a woman in her car, calling her a ‘f***ing s**g’ and a ‘f***ing bloody annoying woman’
The motorist bangs on the woman’s car in the clip – the context of which remains unclear
A few days on from the vile abuse being shared widely, Abbott was identified by The Sun. When confronted by the newspaper at his luxury apartment block in Bournemouth, where flats are valued at up to £800,000, he shouted: ‘F*** off.’
Refusing to speak about the expletive-laden rant, he shouted: ‘Just stay away from me. Get away from me.’
He then allegedly confronted the female reporter as she got in her car to leave, standing up against the window and telling her to ‘f*** off’.
In the video earlier this week, the man was heard shouting ‘F***ing s**g’ at a woman in her car, before he turns to another man off camera and tells him: ‘Yeah alright, I just wanted to make a point.’
The other man’s response cannot be made out in the video but he is heard saying ‘Well move then’, before the motorist walks away and replies ‘F*** you. F***ing w****r’.
After turning back he then sets eyes on the woman in the car again and storms towards her, before slamming his hands on her windscreen and screaming at her.
‘You f***ing see me you f***ing tart,’ he shouts.
The other man tells him to ‘get in your car and drive’ to which the motorist responds: ‘Yeah well I don’t like people f***ing filming do I?’
‘What is wrong with you?’ the other man asks. ‘She’s a woman on her own.’
The angry driver replies: ‘She’s a f***ing bloody annoying woman. F***ing woman.’
When asked ‘You wouldn’t do it to me, would you?’ by the other man, the angry motorist replied ‘Well yeah I would actually’ before laughing and asking if the other man is threatening him.
The video, which is said to have been filmed on August 25, was posted on Facebook by Becky Ryan as she appealed for people to identify the man shouting at the woman, who she identified as her mother
In her Facebook post, Ms Ryan claimed the furious motorist made ‘a grown woman terrified’
‘No I’m asking you to leave,’ he replies. ‘Get in your car and go, don’t pick on women you big bully.’
Again storming back in the direction of his car, the driver spits: ‘I will pick on anyone I f***ing well please.’
It is not known what the context of this video is or what happened directly before or after the filming.
In her Facebook post, Ms Ryan claimed the man made ‘a grown woman terrified’.
She also thanks ‘the gents’ who helped her mother get away from the man, adding that she is looking to find them so she can say thank you.
Ms Ryan claims she logged an incident report on both August 25 and August 31 after her mother was verbally abused, but only received an email as a response. She claims she then tried to respond to the email but it ‘bounced back so guess I’ll wait another two weeks then’.
Dorset Police told MailOnline: ‘On Friday 25 August 2023 at approximately 11.40am, officers responded to a call from a member of the public following a public order and criminal damage incident at Tesco petrol station on Castle Lane, Bournemouth.
‘It is reported that the man stepped out of his vehicle, verbally abused the victim and punched the windscreen of the victim’s car.
‘The investigation is ongoing. No arrests have yet been made.’