Ex-Celtic footballer Mark Wilson was forced to stop in the middle of the road when two van drivers got into a road rage row.
The 38-year-old former Dundee United defender shifted his gear box to "park" and took his phone out, filming the heated exchange between the two drivers.
He tweeted the video and said: "Stopped by these two clowns on the school run….classic manoeuvre from the guy in yellow right enough to end it."
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A man in a cap stopped his vehicle in the middle lane as he walked to the white van behind.
A worker in high-vis jacket got out and pushed the man away.
While Mark was watching from his car, the man in black jacket appeared to throw a punch at the worker, who turned his back against him and pulled the car key off his van.
He then tossed the key across the road and got back to his van and drove off.
The gutted man tried to stop him from leaving but failed. He stamped on the floor angrily and took off to look for his car key.
Fans shared their thoughts in the comments and said Mark should do a commentary from behind the scene.
One said: "Mark why did you sit and watch this? Why not get out the car and stop the fight?"
"Where is the commentary?" a second asked and a third wrote: "Rookie behaviour from the young lad in black, he’ll not leave his keys like that again."
"Workie wars, bet the companies will be pleased," another commented.
Mark played for Dundee United at the start of his career before moving to Celtic in 2006. He moved to Bristol City and back to Dundee United, then Dumbarton and retired from playing in 2015.
He now gives his expert opinions on Radio Clyde and Sky Sports.
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