Drivers Engage in ‘Action-Packed’ Fistfight During Traffic Jam in Hong Kong

Drivers Engage in ‘Action-Packed’ Fistfight During Traffic Jam in Hong Kong

April 23, 2018
Two drivers in Hong Kong squared off in an impromptu fistfight in the middle of a busy highway after cutting each other off on Saturday.
Dashcam footage of the action-packed squabble emerged online showing the driver of a truck exiting his vehicle along Kwun Tong Bypass near Ngau Tau Kok to confront the driver of a Mercedes-Benz, reports South China Morning Post.
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The footage showed the luxury car changing from the middle lane to the right lane, cutting in front of the truck. The truck returned the “gesture” as the Mercedes-Benz got back into the middle lane, causing a minor collision between the two vehicles. 
A bare-chested man quickly emerged from the truck to rush towards the Mercedes-Benz, prompting its driver, a gray-haired man, to also exit his car. 
Vehicles passed by as the two men engaged in a brief scuffle, which lasted a little over a minute. The two men exchanged blows until a police officer arrived to intervene. 
While the car with the dashcam drove away before the conflict resolution was observed, the incident is reportedly still under investigation.
Featured Image via YouTube / Gary Fisher
      Ryan General

      Ryan General is a Senior Reporter for NextShark




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