This is the shocking moment BBC presenter Jeremy Vine was given "a kicking" from an angry driver in Kensington while cycling home.
The journalist posted the footage to his Facebook page, which begins with the driver following the well-known TV personality and honking her horn.
Mr Vine stops before the the woman begins a furious tirade and swears at him.
The driver asks "Why would you do that?" before getting out of the car and demanding "Move your bike".
Her anger continues as she can be heard in the video saying: "Get the f*** out of the road" and "You lot p*** me off."
The keen cyclist posted the video online and asked his 41,158 followers to have a look and share their opinions.
He wrote: "This happened on Friday.
"I hate to overload our hard-working London police with footage from my commute, but I feel the person you see on the tape will at some point hurt someone very badly - either with her car or in a direct personal assault."
He also wrote about it on his Twitter profile, saying: "Such a horrible moment on my cycle home. Luckily I filmed it. No fun getting a kicking."
The incident comes weeks after the Eggheads presenter was confirmed as the new host of Crimewatch alongside lesser known BBC broadcaster Tina Daheley.
The 51-year-old star has been with the BBC for more than 25 years working as a news reader and presenter, also working as a host on Points of View and Panorama.