A woman threatened to call the police on a man for breaking social distancing rules after his car pulled up near hers.
In a post on TikTok, Owen Smith-Carretero said he pulled up behind the woman at the traffic lights and she waved him over.
“She pulled over and I went up next to her and she kept talking s**t about how I was too close to her at the traffic lights and it might give her coronavirus,” Mr Smith-Carretero wrote.
Footage shows the woman shouting at him through the window of her car.
“I’ll call the police, I mean it,” she can be heard saying.
Mr Smith-Carretero asks: “Why are you going to call the police?”
She explains: “You’re supposed to keep two metres apart because a virus is going on at the moment.”
He repeatedly tells her he is “in a car” and she repeats: “Doesn’t matter.”
“What are you on about?” he asks.
She says: “You haven’t got my problem, okay?”
Mr Smith-Carretero tells her: “I’m in a car. How am I meant to keep two metres in a car?”
She tells him to “go before I get my phone out and call the police” before saying: “Go on.”
The video of the encounter, which reportedly took place in Crawley, Surrey, has been viewed more than 2.2 million times.
In a later post Mr Smith-Carretero, said: “I feel a bit sorry for her. She’s crazy.
“But she can’t be waving her middle finger out of the car like that. Who does she think she is?”