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Fact Check: Viral Image Showing A Road Rage Incident Is NOT From Delhi, BUT Mexico

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A video of road rage is widely shared on social media showing a man damaging a black sedan, and the black sedan in return hits the man.

It is being claimed that the video in question is from Delhi.

 The post reads: “A Facebook user shared the video with a caption: “Road rage in Delhi 👇👇👇.”

The above post can be seen here

FACT CHECK

NewsMobile fact-checked the viral post, and found it to be misleading.

Closely observing the video, our team found that the vehicles in the clip were moving on the right side whereas India follows the left-side traffic rules. This suggests that the video in question is not from Delhi.

Running a Reverse Image Search of the video keyframes, our team found an X post carrying the same video, dated December 5, 2022, with a caption: “Road rage gets a little crazy in Mexico #Watching

Another report by the Mexican news outlet, El Mañana, dated December 4, 2022, carries visuals similar to the viral video, with a title: “Driver is run over several times, but he gets up again to continue fighting | STRONG VIDEO. 

Hence, with the above findings, it can be concluded that the video in question is NOT from Delhi, BUT Mexico. 

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