Driver pulls knife during petrol station row

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Driver pulls knife during petrol station row” – below is their description.

A driver pulled a knife on another motorist as large queues continued to form at petrol stations amid the ongoing fuel crisis.

Footage of a man in Welling, south east London, appeared to show him shouting at another driver and brandishing a weapon as tensions boiled over.

The video then shows the car ramming into the alleged knifeman, who is then carried for several yards on the bonnet.

The Metropolitan Police said they had been called at 2.37pm on Monday to a disturbance in Bellegrove Road, Welling, but “no trace” of either vehicle was found. 

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