PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN — A road rage incident in Peshawar started to look like the U.S. after a 16-year-old pulled out an M16 on a motorcyclist in the Cantt area last week.
The driver of a white Toyota with government plates appears to have pulled behind the motorcyclist on the side of the road.
The driver and the guy on the motorcycle then got into an argument over who had the right of way to pass, which eventually turned into a fist fight.
At some point during the disagreement, the driver pulled a 9mm handgun while two teenage boys, one of them armed with an M16, also got out of the car.
The boy fires off a few rounds, but luckily no one was hit.
Bystanders then got between the two parties and diffused the situation.
The motorcyclist filed a complaint with the authorities.
It is believed that the man driving the car is a political official from the Kurram tribal area.