‘Move!’: Man erupts at driver’s roundabout act

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Wild footage has captured the moment a man walking his dog confronted a driver and told her to “f***ing move” her car after holding up a number of vehicles on a busy Sydney street.

In the video shared by social media account the ‘Brown Cardigan’, a car can be seen stopped right at the edge of a roundabout entrance in Enmore, in Sydney’s inner west.

A line of motorists can be seen stuck behind the car that is only pulled slightly over to the left, making it impossible for others to pass.

After spotting the incident, a man walking his dog appears to take matters into his own hands and begins shouting at the woman to move her car down a side street.

“There’s a hundred f***ing people waiting,” he is heard yelling at the female driver, who is standing outside her vehicle.

“She won’t move,” another driver of one of the blocked cars responds.

“Move. Move your f***ing car,” the man with the dog continues yelling.

It is not known why the woman was stopped in the street or why she exited her vehicle.

Ignoring the request, the woman is then seen backing away form her car as she begins filming the interaction on her phone.

“What are you doing? You are holding up … f***ing hundreds of people,” the man questions.

Moments later, the driver is seen making her way back inside her car.

“I swear to God, I’ll start disassembling your f***ing car,” the man adds before he walks away and other cars begin beeping at the driver.

One social media user, a woman who claims to be a friend of the man, claimed the driver refused to move her car for another 10 minutes after the interaction.

“(It) ended up requiring more people to get involved. Absolutely wild,” she wrote.

Many online praised the man’s action, hailing him a “legend” and “Australian of the year” for getting involved.

“The threat of disassembling an entire car is completely left field but entirely justified,” one person wrote.

“Give this guy Australian of the Year,” another added.

“Absolute f***ing Legend!” andother wrote.

“I wish he had tools to start taking the car apart,” another joked.

However not everyone agreed with the man’s actions.

“He might be right but he went about it completely the wrong way,” one person wrote.

“He was yelling at someone that was no threat to him and he did not help the situation either.”

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