If you've ever experienced a driver on the road who wouldn't stop tailgating you, or was generally being a real a--hole behind the wheel, then this video will (almost) completely make up for all those times you could never exact revenge on the road ragers.
It's a driver's dream! Someone behind you or in front of you is harassing you or doing things that are super dangerous and/or illegal. And then, you hear the wail of a siren. They're getting pulled over! And you're watching it all happen! And you can laugh and point as you pass the person who is most likely getting a ticket for reckless driving. It does not happen often enough. But it happened in Tampa when a woman caught footage of some serious karma when a guy in a big ol' truck wouldn't stop messing with her.
This is what the driver says this about the experience in the video description:
"This pathetic excuse for a human being tailgated me for about three minutes. I couldn't move over because there were trucks in the right lane, and I sure as heck wasn't going to speed on a rainy day with the roads being as slick as they were.Now bear in mind, that this guy had already passed a truck in a left turn lane, was tailgating and driving recklessly on a wet slick road, wasn't paying attention, and all in all being an ignorant ass. Not once was I mouthing off, I never brake checked him, and in fact until I watched the video after the accident I didn't even know he shot a bird at me because I wasn't looking at him at all, I was paying attention to the road while holding the phone up with my right hand."
And that's all the setup you need before watching the video. It will definitely put your faith back in karma and the universe evening things out:
Apparently after the accident, the driver tried to flee the scene, but thanks to her video he was caught and charged.
"Massive props to the Sheriffs Department and most especially the Highway Patrol who responded to the scene. This moron could have easily killed somebody with his moronic behavior, and my laughing at the end would have been replaced with tears. Needless to say though, I've never seen Karma come back so fast," she wrote.
And because this is the Internet, someone made a silent-movie version of the video:
Karma is a you-know-what. Stay safe out there on the roads, kids!