Man deliberately crashes into nine cars in Rotterdam – WTF!? (Vid inside)

Serious road rage occurred in Rotterdam on Saturday afternoon, when a 23-year-old guy crashed into nine cars.

In the Oude Noorden district in Rotterdam, a man began ramming into cars – a total of nine cars are damaged in the incident and according to RTV Rijnmond, the bystanders said that he was drunk and empty bottles were in the car. I mean, it’s hardly normal just to get into your car sober one day and ram into random cars (unless you think you’re the real-life version of the Simpsons Road Rage).

All jokes aside, the man has no driver’s license and had stolen the car he was driving, reports NOS. He was then stuck and an angry bystander jumps into the passenger seat and prevents him from driving off. Thankfully no one was hurt. Watch the crazy video, it’s a real ‘what is going on!?’ moment:

Any thoughts? Let us know in the comments!
Emma Brown
A familiar face at DutchRevew. Emma arrived in Holland in 2016 for a few weeks, fell in love with the place and never left. Here she rekindled her love of writing and travelling. Now you'll find her eating stroopwafels in the DutchReview office since 2017.


  1. This man was probably fed up of being mistreated. He was also mishandled probably broke his leg cause oh they didnt want him to escape or drive off. Sure but you can see he was doing it it real hard. The recording dude told him to relax and he was like no. I can tell he enjoyed being in power for that moment. Both wrong and the drunkard and mental guy will be in prison for a while.


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