Jeremy Vine has threatened to report a crime to the police after witnessing it unfold during a live news report.
The band’s final offering was released on November 2, and would be the last ever song featuring vocals by John Lennon, 42 years after his death.
Talking about the track on Sky News, a reporter was seen walking across the infamous Abbey Road zebra crossing in London, which featured on the band’s 1969 album Abbey Road Studios.
However, as she walked across, while speaking to the camera, a car zoomed past – leaving Vine pretty frustrated.
He shared a clip on social media, of which a shout of ‘Reported’ could be heard at the screen.
The Jeremy Vine show host fumed over the clip (Picture: @theJeremyVine)
‘Some drivers are so brazen they commit their crimes live on TV,’ Vine fumed.
He later hit back at criticism that the Sky News reporter had been ‘loitering’, saying: ‘And of course we now get a line of people saying the @SkyNews presenter deserved to be run over for “loitering”.
‘That logic would make it impossible for a 90-year-old to use any zebra crossing in the country.’
Other followers claimed that the Abbey Road crossing has ‘an almost unwritten understanding that cars can carefully get past when there’s a gap’, due to the heavy stream of tourists that visit.
This follows Vine’s updates on social media revealing his own road rage incidents, one of which involved him being branded a ‘terrible person’.
The clip, shared earlier this year, begins with Vine cycling along a street in London and pointing out a bus behind him, as it edges closer.
‘Please tell me what I did wrong,’ he begins, on his route along Charing Cross.
The bus, signalling left, comes closer behind him before hooting, to which Vine explains he ‘didn’t know why’.
Stopping at a red light, he signals to the driver, unclear of why they hooted.
According to him, she signalled back that he ‘should have been further over to the left’.
‘What did I do wrong? Am I supposed to be over here?’ he questions, before taking the opportunity to approach the driver.
The avid cycler shares clips of his commutes on social media (Picture: Shutterstock)
‘I’m so sorry, I couldn’t hear you,’ Vine begins, before she replies: ‘I said, you’re a terrible person.’
‘Why?’ a baffled Vine replies.
She says: ‘You knew what you was doing. You guys are very provoking human beings. and I don’t know why you do it.’
‘What was I doing wrong?’ he asks again, but the reply he gets is: ‘You did something wrong and you know what you did.’
‘Was I in the wrong part of the road?’ he questions, to which she replies ‘No’ before pointing out that the light has now turned green.
‘Don’t go while I’m here,’ Vine urges, as he’s positioned directly next to the front corner of the bus.
Vine captioned the clip: ‘London bus driver did the full moral outrage number on me this morning, but I DON’T KNOW WHY. Please watch and help me understand.’
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