THIS is the moment a biker blocks the traffic on a busy roundabout so his friends can pass – but people have been left divided.
The clip, posted to TikTok, shows the rider waiting in the middle of the road as the other motorcyclists in his group pass by, before one driver took matters into their own hands.
In the video, a column of around 30 bikes can be seen entering the roundabout, before exiting to the left immediately.
A couple of the bikers had stopped in the road, keeping a couple of cars, which were already on the roundabout, waiting.
One of the barrier bikes then drives off, leaving the cameraman alone as more of his group streamed past.
However, at that point, a van driver seemingly decided that they had had enough and swerved around the bike to continue along the road and exit in the same direction as the bikes.
This almost led to a collision with a pair of motorcycles that were coming onto the roundabout.
The bikers revved their engines and used their horns to signal their anger, but the van kept on driving away.
The TikTok user captioned their post “please don’t be this guy”, in reference to the van driver.
Meanwhile, on-screen text warned that drivers should think twice about doing what the van did “unless you want to lose a mirror”.
Some supported the biker in the comments, with one writing: “Why are people like this?”
Another added: “Hopefully you had a word with him.”
However, many were quick to point out that the van had right of way.
One commenter fumed: “You can’t block the road. The man in the van is working and needs to get to work.”
Another said: “The van didn’t drive towards anyone, the bikers failed to give way.”
A third, though, saw the funny side as he wrote: “I know the van is technically in the right, but if I had the choice between waiting two minutes or having 30+ angry bikers behind, I’d wait two minutes.”
According to the Highway Code, those entering a roundabout should give way to the cars already on it, which will be coming from the right.
It comes after viewers were again left divided after footage emerged of a biker coming “inches” from death in a near-miss with a car.
Meanwhile, The Sun Online exclusively revealed that deadly biker gangs have spread a silent crime network across the UK.