BBC Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine has released a video apparently showing him being accosted in the street by an Amazon delivery man, who calls him a ‘p****’.
In the video, taken on a street in London, the 57-year-old host can be seen avoiding a white van as it pulls out into the road, and then cycling past the man, seen carrying multiple Amazon packages.
After recognising Vine, the delivery man is filmed saying: ‘Vine, you p****’.
ncredulous, the Channel 5 presenter replied: ‘What me? Why?’ But the man simply repeats the insult, calling Vine a ‘p****’ a second time.
MailOnline has reached out to Amazon for more clarification on the incident, and it is still unclear if the man is an Amazon employee.
Vine, a keen cyclist and campaigner, posted the clip on Twitter, where he often shares footage of his interactions with motorists.
Captioning it, he said: ‘I know Amazon say they give a personal service, but this is bloody ridiculous.’
The star was soon inundated with messages of support and shock from fellow cyclists and his followers.
One said: ‘What is up with people? Why do so many people feel like hurling abuse whenever they feel like it.’
Another said: ‘Big chip on his shoulder about something.’
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Jeremy Vine is slammed for not stopping at scene of accident while out cycling after he rode past then posted the video on Twitter
BBC Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine has been slammed for not stopping at the scene of an accident while out cycling.
Vine films his journeys around the capital on his GoPro while cycling and his clips are aimed to raise awareness for road safety.
However, Vine, 57 has been criticised for not stopping at the scene of an accident.
He shared footage of what appears to be a collision between a cyclist and a 4×4 car on Hammersmith Road, West Kensington, west London.
Vine tweeted the video online with the caption: ‘You never, ever want to see this scene.
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