Legit.ng came across photos of two well dressed men who took to the middle of the road to exchange blows despite the heavy downpour.
Have you ever been offended by a driver while trying to navigate on the road especially in Lagos? What did you do?
If you ignored the offender, then you probably have a reason to pat yourself on the back, unlike this man who decided to go the other way.
The man in a grey striped shirt was said to have started the fight between him and another driver, with both of them ignoring the heavy downpour while exchanging blows.
The fight was said to have caused a go-slow as other road users had to wait for them to stop fighting and move their cars off the road.
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Sharing the post on Facebook, an eyewitness identified as Victor Ibeh, wrote:
"The owner of this vehicle is a traffic risk in Lagos.
I was in a bus some minutes ago moving through Cele flyover. This man came and hit us from the back. It wasn't a mistake. It was a deliberate act. Some people sitting at the back of the vehicle were even injured.
Our driver was in his own lane. It was intense that even me sitting in front thought we would skid over the bridge. The idiot drove next to our driver and began to issue threats. Our driver responded, and he drove off when he noticed I was trying to capture his image.
Because it was raining I couldn't do much. So we asked our driver to follow him so we can at least get his vehicle plate number. He ran and was halted by a mild traffic. We got up to him and our driver alighted. The argument that ensued resulted in a fight. People separated them while I got these details.
I don't understand how someone would intentionally want to kill us this early morning. Who did we offend? The person on the right side, whose inner wear is showing is the idiot.
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See more pictures of the fight below:
Na wa o!
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