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A motorcyclist blocked traffic at a busy intersection to prove a point to a truck driver who he believes cut him off.

The stand-off, posted to TikTok, shows a man on a dirt bike sitting horizontal in front of a large semi-trailer with a row of vehicles banked up behind them.

‘You’re holding up all the other cars, bro. I understand you’re p*ssed off but look at all the other cars mate,’ Tammie, who filmed the confrontation, says to the motorbike rider.

A motorcyclist blocked traffic at a busy intersection to prove a point to a truck driver who he believes cut him off - but commenters say it was the rider who was in the wrong

A motorcyclist blocked traffic at a busy intersection to prove a point to a truck driver who he believes cut him off - but commenters say it was the rider who was in the wrong

A motorcyclist blocked traffic at a busy intersection to prove a point to a truck driver who he believes cut him off – but commenters say it was the rider who was in the wrong

It’s not clear where the incident occurred but appears to be in New South Wales by the number plates of the cars waiting behind the truck.

Tammie drives up to the intersection where the bike is horizontally parked in front of the semi-trailer, before the rider looks at her and starts gesturing at the driver.

‘He cut me off, and I’m not going anywhere,’ the motorcyclist says.

‘He cut me off so I can’t go anywhere.’

The rider then starts sarcastically waving at the truck driver as other vehicles start beeping their horns.

‘Look what you’re doing,’ he says, before Tammie interjects that he’s holding everyone else up as a result.

Another man can then be heard telling the rider to ‘get out of the way’, before he re-starts the bike’s ignition and drives off.

The rider then starts sarcastically waving at the truck driver as other vehicles start beeping their horns

The rider then starts sarcastically waving at the truck driver as other vehicles start beeping their horns

The rider then starts sarcastically waving at the truck driver as other vehicles start beeping their horns

Tammie then waves to the truck driver as he turns the corner and frees up the intersection.

‘You alright? See you later mate,’ she says as the truck driver gestures the motorcyclist was crazy. 

Commenters lauded the restraint the driver showed. 

‘Truck driver was very patient, I would’ve got out and moved him on,’ one TikTok user replied.

Others suggested it was in fact the rider who was in the wrong. 

‘Without seeing the full incident, it looks like the bike failed to give way to a long vehicle legally executing a wide turn,’ one man commented.

‘Bike rider mustn’t be able to read the sign at the back saying dont overtake turning vehicle,’ another replied.    

Source: Daily Mail

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