WATCH: ‘Crazy’ driver causes outrage by cutting through rush hour traffic

Watch the reckless driver illegally overtake the standstill traffic on the roundabout. Picture: CHAR

Watch the reckless driver illegally overtake the standstill traffic on the roundabout. Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND - Credit: Archant

Commuters were left outraged when the driver of a four-wheel drive cut past a queue of 30 cars waiting at a roundabout during the busy morning rush hour, disregarding the rules of the road.

Watch the reckless driver illegally overtake the standstill traffic on the roundabout. Picture: CHAR

Watch the reckless driver illegally overtake the standstill traffic on the roundabout. Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND - Credit: Archant

Dash cam footage of the erratic driving was shared on Facebook following the incident on the A137 on Tuesday, September 24.

One member of the community described the driving as "crazy", while others urged the owner of the footage to share it with police.

The vehicle had apparently overtaken a lane of 30 cars before it reached the roundabout, leading to concerns about road safety.

The matter has been reported to police.

Watch the reckless driver illegally overtake the standstill traffic on the roundabout. Picture: CHAR

Watch the reckless driver illegally overtake the standstill traffic on the roundabout. Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND - Credit: Archant


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Suffolk police said: "Police can confirm that a report was received on Monday, 30 September regarding the manner of driving by another motorist on Tuesday, 24 September at a roundabout between Brantham and Manningtree.

"The motorist was given appropriate advice regarding their manner of driving."

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