#Shorts STUBBORN mobility scooter driver 'held up more than 10 cars' by refusing to pull over in a one-way street despite repeated honking from 'irate' motorists - as he was waiting for his chippy tea to be brought out to him.
Bizarre footage shows the hungry customer stopped in the centre of the road in Manchester city centre last Friday so that a large truck and the cars behind cannot pass.
Multiple people can be seen attempting to help or intervene, only for the 'adamant' man to repeatedly shout 'I just want the fish and chips that I've paid for'.
Passerby David Williams had presumed the battery on the man's scooter was flat so went over to see if he could help but was forced to 'back off' when the scooter user snapped at him too.
In the clip, the furious customer bellows at anyone who urges him to move despite holding up traffic for more than three minutes while waiting for his fish and chips order to be brought out to him.
He then becomes embroiled in an explicit slanging match with furious drivers, branding them 'f***ing low lives' and threatening them with 'the law'.
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