‘Instant Karma’ video goes viral

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A woman driving on a Tampa road captured a moment of “instant Karma” earlier this week on her phone and turned it into a YouTube video that has already been viewed over 4 million times.  The woman began recording another driver tailgating her. Eventually he passed her, gesturing as he drove by. Moments later, he lost control of his vehicle and crashed. The woman captured it all on her phone. She says the other driver was able to drive away from the scene and was later caught by police and charged. Matt Bubala and Anna Davlantes are talking about this video at 2:35. What do you think?



  • eric

    The left lane is for passing only. Traffic please stay right unless passing. This is driving 101 people. While it doesn't justify road rage, it would help if driving followed the rules of the road.

  • Sherry

    I agree with Eric, she should not have been in the left lane. He was a jerk but she was wrong on the lane she was driving in.

  • Becky

    How safe was it for her to be videotaping while she was driving! Yes, he was a jerk, but she had kids in her car and obviously was not concentrating on her driving! And you're right, she should have moved over. No, I am not blaming her, but she was wrong too.

  • Bob

    Get out of the fucking left lane you stupid cunt and stop videotaping while driving. I wish he would have smashed her car.

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