Tuesday, 24 October, 2017

Really wild show… TV man filmed in road rage rant

'Get ready to die': Sir David Attenborough's producer gets wild in shocking road rage attack This Hilarious Video Of A BBC Producer's Road Rage Might Be Even Better Than Ronnie Pickering
Garry Little | 25 July, 2017, 11:55

Former BBC producer Fergus Beeley has been filmed launching a freakish rant at a family in an apparent road rage incident. He also claimed that the family were "under a citizen's arrest".

"Do you know who I am?" was the first thing Mr Beeley said, and it only got worse from there.

He was then seen pointing at other passengers - including a young boy - saying: "You're under a citizen's arrest, you're under a citizen's arrest, and I tell you what, you are, too".

He said they both pulled up on the side of the motorway and got out of the auto to exchange insurance details with the other driver - not Fergus Beeley - when the producer pulled up behind them and erupted into a rage.

Mr Beeley worked with Sir David Attenborough on many projects including the landmark series "Life of Birds" and "Planet Earth - the future" for BBC, Discovery and NHK.

"You're under a citizen's arrest, put your hands on the vehicle and get ready to die", he screams.

Eventually he acknowledged that they heard him right, he really did want them "dead".

He alleged he had been "assaulted" by a family member and told the witness: "You didn't see what happened on the motorway with unsafe driving".

According to the New York Post, 33-year-old Simon Gale was behind the wheel of the auto and described Beeley as being in "an absolute raving state".

He makes claims he was involved in a clash with the family before insisting he was "trying to stop a death on the road".

"I'm not going to quieten down, because this is a citizen's arrest".

Mr Gale claims that Beeley, in a fit of rage, grabbed hold of him around the throat and "raised his fist in a threatening manner".

"He needs a doctor, somebody needs to call the doctor", a female passenger in Mr Gale's vehicle is heard to say.

Hampshire Constabulary said the non-injury crash had involved a Mazda 3, a Peugeot 107 and a Skoda Octavia.

"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".

In the clip, Beeley denies accusations that he told motorists he was an off-duty police officer, before making derogatory comments about a woman that had seemingly provoked his ire.

"As a result, advice was given to both parties and they were told that two assaults will be recorded and filed".

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