A Hungarian mother posted a 12-minute-long video of herself driving and people are shocked, swd.media reports. The woman was driving without due care and attention while her young child was in the back seat of the car. Road safety campaigners called this incident a “nauseating disregard for safety.”
Originally, the woman posted the video of herself driving on her Facebook page, and only her friends were able to watch it. However, one viewer was so outraged by the woman’s careless and irresponsible driving that this viewer saved the 12-minute-long video and sent it to a road safety campaign website.
From what is visible in the footage, the incident most probably happened in Edinburgh, Scotland. The woman in the video is a Hungarian who lives in Edinburgh. She speaks Hungarian throughout the whole footage.
Experts say that within the 12 minutes, she would have earned 60 penalty points adding up to a fee of £3500 (1.2 million HUF).
Let’s run through the many motoring offences the woman committed throughout the video:
“Live streaming and playing with your phone whilst driving creates a serious distraction that could have caused a serious accident here and injuries to driver and passengers that weren’t belted up.”
These multiple motoring offenses are enough to get the woman banned from driving almost five times over, and would add up to a £3500 (1.2 million HUF) fine.
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