Truck Driver Violates Traffic Rules by Cutting the Line, Regrets It Right Away

A determined truck driver was met with anger and revenge from other motorists—they chose to shame the former in front of all their fellow motorists and now the entire internet.

Josh Ryden or @bryce_jr13 on TikTok took to this social media site where he shared a video of a truck driver violating traffic rules in Austin, Texas. Unluckily for this rebel without a cause, other motorists were not prepared to accept this behavior.

The truck driver reversed as other vehicles didn't allow space to cut the child pick-up line, which they were purportedly attempting. The cars pushed them backward in the emergency lane they were seemingly utilizing for their illegal actions.

A truck driver reversing due to other cars driving them back. | Source: tiktok.com/bryce_jr13

A truck driver reversing due to other cars driving them back. | Source: tiktok.com/bryce_jr13

The post has gone completely viral, gathering just over 209,000 likes and 2000 comments. Taking to the description, the entertained TikToker wrote

"This fool tried to jump in line. 🤣"

One of the hashtags in this description implied that the incident was a karmic event. Other hashtags suggested that the truck driver's actions were synonymous with how individuals tend to behave in Texas. 

Individual commenting on a TikTok post by Josh Ryden. | Source: tiktok.com/bryce_jr13

Individual commenting on a TikTok post by Josh Ryden. | Source: tiktok.com/bryce_jr13

Other commentators agreed with Ryden, expressing that situations such as the one he recorded were very common in the state of Texas. Among these remarks, many TikTok users were politicizing and polarizing the issue.

[A] clip of an Amazon truck elicited a mostly different response.

Some expressed that the illegal driver was most likely a Donald Trump Supporter, while others stated they were probably a liberal. A significant number of frustrated individuals asked why everything needs to be turned into a political issue. 

Individual commenting on a TikTok post by Josh Ryden. | Source: tiktok.com/bryce_jr13

Individual commenting on a TikTok post by Josh Ryden. | Source: tiktok.com/bryce_jr13

Numerous people in the clip's comment section also approached the clip from a humorous angle, laughing at the truck driver's embarrassment and making jokes. One facetiously expressed

"Good thing it wasn't a Karen, she would have backed into every vehicle in that line."

A small minority sympathized with and defended the shamed truck driver. One criticized the many individuals laughing at them while asking why everyone was so hateful when someone just made a mistake.

COMPASSIONATE ONLOOKERS

Rule breakers come in many shapes and sizes, and they're either loved or they're hated. While the majority were unimpressed with the lane-cutting truck driver, another similar clip of an Amazon truck elicited a mostly different response.

In a TikTok video posted by an individual going by Cami online, the driver of this delivery truck veered off the highway to get out of a traffic jam. The comment section was overwhelmingly sympathetic to the Amazon driver. 

Many agreed that the worker was likely worriedly pushing to finish their job on time, alluding to purported harsh working conditions at Amazon. Whether they are liked or not, traffic lawbreakers don't seem to be in short supply. 

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