BBC Director involved in Road Incident on the M27 Motorway In Southampton

bbc director involved in road incident on the m27 motorway in southampton

A Couple who captured a road rage attack in Southampton have released the video: The pair who had an 11 year old boy in the vehicle at the time where rammed by the car after the wife could not left the car joining the motorway into the gap. The second vehicle involved said that eh wanted everyone dead and told everyone to get ready to die.

After being rammed the two couples pulled off the motorway in a Car Park in Southampton. The man than tried to place everyone under citizens arrest whilst await for the police to turn up.

The man in the pink shirt is understood to be a BBC Film Director who works for the BBC: He is intact Fergus Beeley who directs David Attenborough natural history Programs.

The shocking moment a driver told a family he wanted them DEAD and called a mum an “old s**t” in a vile foul-mouthed rant after a road rage clash.

Mum Victoria Baumont was left shaken after the middle-aged man allegedly beckoned her off the motorway so he could confront her about her “dangerous” driving.

He screamed “I want you dead” as he erupted into a fit of rage after pulling into a Sainsbury’s close to the M27 in Southampton.

Dramatic footage shows him losing his temper as he yells obscenities at Victoria, her husband Simon Gale and their 11-year-old grandson before declaring: “You are under a citizen’s arrest.”

The mum claims she was under the impression he was an undercover police officer when he flashed his Peugeot’s lights at her after she was “rammed” by another driver close to Eastleigh Airport near Southampton, Hampshire.

While filming the furious bust-up, Victoria shouts: “You said you were a police officer. When the police arrive I will ask them what rank you are.”

The man replies: “I wouldn’t say that to a bunch of w*****s like you”.

As she argues back he shouts: “You deserve it you old s**t”, before later adding: “I want you dead” and “get a ready to die”.
A Hampshire police spokeswoman said: ‘We were called to a non-injury road traffic collision on the M27 between junctions 5 and 7 at 11.30am on July 22.

‘The incident involved a Mazda 3, a Peugeot 107 and a Skoda Octavia.

‘When officers attended all parties had moved to the Sainsbury’s car park in Hedge End.

‘A 32-year-old man from Southampton and a 54-year-old from Gloucestershire each made an allegation of common assault but neither party wanted to pursue the complaint.