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Woman risks her life for road-rage revenge

Woman risks her life for road-rage revenge

A woman's competitive spirit couldn’t bear a truck driver overtaking her in the capital on Tuesday.

Out of spite, she decided to overtake him – only to slam on the brakes, causing the truck to rear-end her vehicle.

The malicious woman admitted that her act had been deliberate revenge on the driver, whom she had the cheek to label “rude” for overtaking her, and even slapped several times.

The pernicious woman even got her way when the driver’s boss compensated her with $500 for the unintended damage to her luxury vehicle.

Nokorwat

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