If you've never experienced road rage, give yourself a huge pat on the back. In one report by TheZebra.com, "82% of people admitted to committing an act of road rage."

This could be anything ranging from profanity to more dangerous acts like aggressive driving. Road rage is never the answer, no matter how you look at it.

Boise Drivers Have Heated Exchange

Following the cancellation of a drone show this past week, attendees were rightfully in a bad mood before they began their commute back home. Amidst the madness of around 5,000 people exiting the drone show that never was, a road rage incident took place between drivers that happened to be captured on film.

Boise Driver Reminds Us Why Road Rage Is A Bad Time

If you plan on engaging in a road rage situation, you're going to have a bad time.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

Now, the uncensored video gives some background as the woman in the video is arguing with the driver and passenger filming. In that uncut video, you can hear the driver and the woman argue about her cutting off other cars on the way out of the drone show.

The woman doesn't appear to be driving as she comes from and goes to the passenger side of her vehicle. At one point, she gets really close to the person filming shouting expletives and claiming to also be recording the driver and passenger.

Let's take a look at the exchange:

It's incidents like these that take us back to the time when a road rage incident took place that involved the use of a "weapon."

What was that weapon? A seat headrest. Because what else are you going to express your road rage with on the streets of Boise?

What Happened to Cause This Road Rage Incident in Boise?

A wild road rage incident is caught on camera and it happened right here in Boise at the corner of Fairview and Cole. Scroll on to see the shocking footage.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

Again, road rage isn't okay but don't antagonize anyone with your naughty driving behavior either!

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