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Semi-trailer pushes small car sideways down busy street

  • A driver has had a terrifying encounter with a semi-trailer on a busy Sydney road
  • Video captured the semi-trailer pushing a grey car sideways down the street
  • While it’s unknown if a driver was in the car, the vehicle is pushed onto footpath

One Sydney driver has had a terrifying run-in with a semi-trailer, after the truck was filmed pushing a car sideways down a busy road. 

In the footage, the semi-trailer can be seen driving on a busy road before driving straight into the silver vehicle.

The truck driver continues to drive along the road as he pushes the small car sideways down the street.

A semi-trailer can be seen driving on a busy Sydney road before driving straight into a grey vehicle

Aggressive beeping can be heard in the video as the truck continues to take the grey car for a drive down the road.

While it’s unknown if a driver is in the car, or if they had pulled out in front of the truck, the vehicle is eventually pushed onto the footpath.

The truck is then seen driving off as stunned drivers in oncoming traffic watch. 

Social media has come alight with many finding the video hilarious, taking note of the ‘Direct Freight Express’ on the truck’s canvas.

Aggressive beeping can be heard in the video as the truck continues to take the grey car for a drive down the road

Aggressive beeping can be heard in the video as the truck continues to take the grey car for a drive down the road

‘Quite a good name for the trucking company, it goes Direct, directly through the car in front,’ one person wrote beneath the footage. 

‘Doesn’t that pleb in the hatchback know?!! Without trucks Australia stops!,’ wrote another.

The video was uploaded with the caption ‘BEEP BEEP D**KHEAD, Y R U IN THE WAY???? (sic),’ much to the delight of those watching. 

The truck is then seen driving off as stunned drivers in oncoming traffic watch

The truck is then seen driving off as stunned drivers in oncoming traffic watch



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