‘I’m Lebanese… I’m going to f*** your life!’

Driver threatens cyclist in road rage attack seconds after he mowed the rider down with his 4WD – but what did the pedal-pusher do wrong?

  • ismiselemeas

    He was in Sydney West, I wouldn’t send my dog into Sydney West.

  • John Boy

    Why is this news? Isn’t this what they usually do?

    • Clausewitz

      It’s what’s known in the industry as a dog bites man story. Filer at best.

  • deplorabledave

    I have zero sympathy for bicycle riders on the streets who flaunt all laws with impunity.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I’m going to virtue signal.
      I always followed the rules of the road when I rode my bike.
      My forty dollar bike that I rode to my minimum wage, thirty hours a week job.
      Got me to work faster than the bus three out of four seasons.
      It was the fuckwads with the shorts and the helmets and the thousand dollar graphite composite frame whatevers that always cheated the road rules.

      Had a girlfriend once who had one of the high end bikes.
      She never rode it and I asked why.
      Afraid it would get stolen she said.
      Then what was the fucking point in having it?

      • Alain

        I also own a bike, far from the expensive ones and have always obeyed the rules of the road, but there are plenty of what I call self-righteous cyclists with their spandex or whatever it is called, expensive and fancy bikes who don’t. Having encounter more than a few who think they can ride 3 abreast on our rural roads, refuse to move over to the “bike lane” (oh yes, we even have those here) and give me the bird when I honk the horn, I can relate to this guy whether he be Lebanese Christian or Muslim or atheist. So far I have not given in to those emotions, but trust me I have been tempted so many times.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Like you say.
          By the way, I love you Alain.
          I know what you mean about the letter of the law versus the spirit of the law.
          And I have never been this scared before in my life.
          I’m going further up north to be the second banana to the guy that I lost to.
          I only applied in the first place because I thought I had a duty to do it.
          Isn’t that strange?
          Have you ever felt in your heart that you had to do something that you’d rather not do?
          I am happy about this.
          I will be his assistant.
          He takes the slings and arrows.
          And I get to watch.
          I was an assistant before.
          One day it was mine.
          Thanks Alain!

  • NoBamaYoMama

    And they totally ignore the fact that the driver is a violent, raging Mooslime!

    • Alain

      That may not be the case, because up until recently Lebanese immigrants were Christian. Of course this guy may be otherwise for all I know.