A yob has been caught on camera crashing into a Mercedes after doing wheelies on a bike on a congested main road.
Posted on YouTube by Wheelie Kay, the footage shows a cyclist pedalling down the slow-moving road, before pulling out in front of a Mercedes in an attempt to weave around a lorry.
The youth, who is wearing earphones, smashes into the car and hits the bonnet twice before yelling at the driver.
As the motorist climbs out of the vehicle to confront the cyclist, a group of at least six boys surround him.
They then begin to blame the driver for the scrape, with one heard saying: ‘Yo! Yo! Yo! Oh my days! What the f*ck are you doing, bruv? What are you doing?’
The camera cuts to the bike, which has its front wheel wedged under the front left wheel of the Mercedes.
A voice is heard ordering the driver to move the car back, shouting: ‘Yo! Move the car back, bruv, Move the car back! Look what you’ve done. Move it back a little bit!’
The boy then pulls his bike wheel out from under the vehicle and the group are shown pedaling off.
While riding off, one cyclist names the man driving the car an ‘idiot’ and a ‘stupid driver!’
He adds: ‘My bike’s still fine though.’
The footage was posted on July 19 by the same channel that published a video of a group of thugs wrestling an elderly woman and punching a shopper as they rode through Asda in Brighton.
Forcing customers to jump out of the way, they cycled through the aisles, performing wheelies, with one of the boys telling the camera: ‘Yo! We’re riding through Asda right now!’
As they reached the back of the store, one woman grabbed onto a boy’s backpack in an attempt to stop him riding past.
A struggle ensued, with two boys fighting to free their friend, who punched a male shopper in the shoulder before racing off.
The boys appeared to steal biscuits and cans of Red Bull before exiting the store.
One shouts at the camera: ‘In and out of Asda real quick. That was actually sick. Make sure you like and subscribe yeah?’
It was watched more than 20,000 times before being taken down from YouTube.
An Asda spokesman said: ‘The incident at our Brighton Marina store in June was totally unacceptable and whilst we were relieved that none of our customers were injured, we will not tolerate this kind of behaviour in our shops.’
‘Our colleagues acted quickly to remove the trespassers from the store within a matter of minutes to ensure our customers were not disrupted for too long.
‘However we would again like to apologise for the inconvenience caused and reassure customers that there have been no further incidents of this nature.’
The group, who has more than 90,000 subscribers on YouTube, regularly post videos of themselves riding around London.
In one video, they were chased by the police and in another they swerved round what they named ‘London’s most expensive cars’.