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Biker Confronts Woman Texting Behind The Wheel Then She Explodes Into A Dangerous Road Rage

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It’s amazing to realize that one simple video could hold enough evidence to get the police to knock on your door. That’s exactly what happened to one woman who now faces charges of distracted driving!

Motorcycle driver Erik Hanna was driving down the road when he noticed an SUV sitting totally still at a green light. He and a few other motorists honked their horns, but soon enough the light was back to being red.

Erik maneuvered his bike right up next to the driver’s window and he sadly wasn’t surprised what he saw when he looked inside. The woman was glued to her smartphone, texting and not paying any attention to what was going on in front of her.

Erik knocked on the window a few times, but the woman remained totally oblivious to the world around her. Even though it was “only at a stop light,” texting while behind the wheel is incredibly dangerous can easily lead to wrecks.

The motorcycle driver figured it was done, so he scooted ahead of the car and began to drive when the light turned green. That must have been when the woman in the SUV finallydidlook up from her phone, because she didn’t seem to like being “cut in line” by a motorcycle, so she wanted to teach him a lesson!

She blew past him, passing on his right side, pulling right in front of him nearly killing him and causing a massive wreck due to her uncontrollable rage. She then proceeded to break-check Erik before he finally managed to tell her he had been recording the whole time.

Since then, the video has gone viral, and though the cops weren’t happy with Erik’s vigilantism, they have pressed charges on the clueless driver, and something tells us she won’t be texting behind the wheel anytime soon.

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