If you can count on the Internet to do one thing, we have an infinite number of angry motorists who start with the least amount of effort. We all have good memories of Ronnie Pickering.
With a VW driver from Warrington now a new contender for the Road Rage Crown has emerged.
The footage was shared online and shows a fiery confrontation between the nameless motorist and an LMTravel bus driver whose vehicles were stuck in the middle of a street, refusing to move.
After a short break, the bald-headed VW driver, wearing a fast and commanding T-shirt, jumps out of his golden car and plunges into a tirade with a bad mouth, "call him" damn scum ".
Quite shocked by the rage that shows the bald man, the bus driver asks, "Why are you insulting yourself?" what another man answers "because I can be" before bragging about his "40,000-pound car".
The self-styled "businessman" then returns to his engine bearing the "BI8 0AF" license plate and grabs his cell phone before photographing the bus and driver.
The incident took place on Saturday, August 10, around 3:00 pm at Penny Lane, Burtonwood, Warrington, Cheshire.
And throughout the ordeal, the man filming the exchange asks both men to stop him and drive past other cars.
Finally, the coach drives back and leaves the bald guy on the way.
The clip has since been put online, and the users jumped in defense of the bus driver.
Matty Sim wrote on Facebook: "What an absolute sausage, just move your car and calm down before your blood pressure and cholesterol rockets."
One user added, "You are not the center of the universe, no matter what you drive."
A second said, "Let the bus driver through! The poor guy is just trying to do his job on crowded streets and is much harder to maneuver than a quick reverse car!"
"Well done, the bus driver shows a greater attitude and movement! Unlike this ignorant, abusive OAF, who thinks he's the big one I am!" wrote a third.
Lee Marsh, who owns LMTravel, said: "Our driver has mastered the situation brilliantly, and we are very pleased with the way he handled it.
"He was professional despite the behavior of the other driver, common sense should tell you that the Volkswagen should back down and let go of the bus.
"To be honest, he was a bit ridiculous."