Instructor’s disgust as learner driver left in tears by ‘bully’…

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Instructor’s disgust as learner driver left in tears by ‘bully’…

Instructor’s disgust as learner driver left in tears by ‘bully’ BMW driver on the A63
2021-09-28 07:32:00
A driving instructor was forced to take control of the wheel and pedals when a “disgusting man” tried to intimidate a learner pupil and screamed abuse at them – leaving the pupil in tears. The owner of Faye Elizabeth Driving School said the BMW-driving man sped past her learner pupil at 90mph on the A63, which was the teen's first time on the dual carriageway being taught how to over-take. For more traffic and travel news click here She said he “angrily” flashed his lights, making the inexperienced driver start to “panic”. Faye said: “I'd just been teaching a pupil to overtake for her first time on the A63. “This disgusting human being of a man decided to fly up behind us at least 90mph. He was angrily flashing his lights which, by the way, only one was working. The man's behaviour on the A63 left the learner driver in tears (Image: Hull Live) “My lovely pupil started to panic even though she was going the correct legal speed limit. So I helped her with the wheel while waiting for a gap to pull back in. “If putting his fingers up, flashing his one light and sounding the horn behind us wasn't bad enough to put my pupil in tears, when we then pulled back into the left hand lane he shot past us and then slammed himself in front of us in the left hand lane and braked that hard I had to use to dual controls. My poor pupil.” She said the bullying driver then slowed to a “crawl” in front of them, while “swerving” all over the road. Faye said: “I then angrily lifted up my hand and shouted 'what are you doing?' which was completely acceptable given the situation. “He was then crawling in the left hand lane in front of us at 40mph, giving us the finger sign and swerving around the road. What a disgusting human being to act in such a way towards two women, and more importantly, a learner driver.” She said they tried over-taking him to get away, but he then sped up to drive alongside them, while hurling “more abuse” and when she challenged him, she said the man “laughed in our faces and spat”. She added: “My pupil was so upset. “He then laughed in our faces. The car pulled out in front of us and

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