Raging woman spits at driver in the car behind her during argument at a red traffic light 

Shocking video shows a raging woman spit at a fellow motorist after getting into an argument at a red light.

A truck driver captured the moment a female driver got out of her car and took aim at the person driving behind her in Bootle, Merseyside on Monday. 

In the video, the blonde woman is seen ranting while stood beside the window of the black Ford S Max that is stopped behind her red Honda Jazz.

Using the red traffic light to carry out her bizarre attack, the unfortunate driver is stuck in the encounter as dozens of car travel in the opposite direction.  

The woman then appears to retreat to her car but quickly changes her mind and walks back to hurl a mouth full of spit into the direction of the driver.

Footage shows her spit again into the car before returning back to her vehicle car and slowly driving off as the lights turn green.

Still enraged at the altercation, the woman continues to brake unexpectedly to hold up the driver and is met by a wave of car horns in response.

A truck driver captured the moment a female driver got out of her car and spat at the person driving behind her in Bootle, Merseyside on Monday

A truck driver captured the moment a female driver got out of her car and spat at the person driving behind her in Bootle, Merseyside on Monday

A truck driver captured the moment a female driver got out of her car and spat at the person driving behind her in Bootle, Merseyside on Monday

The truck driver, who captured the footage, can be heard throughout the clip, saying: ‘F****** hell, you horrible little f****** b****.

The shocked driver posted the video on social media the same day, writing: ‘If you’re the driver of that Jazz you should be massively ashamed of yourself.’

The video has since received hundreds of comments from social media users condemning the woman’s actions.

Catherine Rowe wrote: ‘Unbelievable, why would anyone carry on like that. Spitting?’ 

Tracy Moules commented: ‘Omg that’s really bad she needs reporting.’

Still enraged at the altercation, the woman continued to brake unexpectedly to hold up the driver and is met by a wave of car horns in response

Still enraged at the altercation, the woman continued to brake unexpectedly to hold up the driver and is met by a wave of car horns in response

Still enraged at the altercation, the woman continued to brake unexpectedly to hold up the driver and is met by a wave of car horns in response

Speaking today the truck driver said: ‘I just knew something was about to kick off, she had an extreme look of anger on her face.

‘I have no idea what started it but the woman in the black car didn’t react at all. I felt awful for her.

‘I was shocked that the other traffic just drove around them.’

Merseyside Police are understood to have been in contact with the victim following the incident, but so far no report has been formally made. 

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