A SHOCKING video of a driving instructor stopping in front of another and opening her door has gone viral on social media.
Driving instructor @clearviewdriving published the video on Instagram.
The victim's name is driving instructor Aman Sanguera, who shares tips for passing your driving test on social media.
The video's title reads: "Stand up to abuse. Don’t be scared to report it!"
While the caption reads: "Here's what happened, he followed my car and did this."
The video shows another driving instructor who goes by the name of @2daypass on TikTok stopping his car in front of Aman's while she was teaching a student.
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The man then opens Aman's car door and begins to tell her what she's doing is wrong.
Aman says: "Oh my God, what is this guy doing!"
The man returns: "Why are you supervising a learner while you are on a live stream with a phone in front of you? It is obstructing your view.
"Your engine is still on. This is two offences," he added.
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Aman answers: "My engine is not on, please can you go away."
Both driving instructors post videos on social media to help people to pass their tests.
@2daypass posted a response video on his own channel to partly explain why he did what he did.
He says that having a phone on the windscreen is an offence and that he positions it in the rear of the car so it won't distract his students.
Instagram users were quick to leave a comment below the original video – most of them in support of Aman.
One said: "His just jealous you're doing it better, put the same energy into content creating. You wouldn’t be so triggered."
Another said: "How can this guy talk about being professional and then goes onto play a position of a cop where it seems like his wife just left him."
A third pointed out: "I wish you were brave enough to say the same to a man."
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