Mark Segraves and this Metro Bus driver got into a heated exchange in Washington. Photo by Mark Segraves, WTOP
WASHINGTON (WUSA) -- A Metro bus driver and a reporter from WTOP had a confrontation, that the reporter recorded, after he says she "ran him off the road."
Mark Segraves and the bus driver exchanged words, after Seagraves says she gave him the finger after a near accident on the road.
"WTOP investigative reporter Mark Segraves says he was trying to parallel park his car in Northwest on Wednesday when a Metrobus driver rushed the bus up behind him, honked and flashed a lewd gesture. Segraves went to the next stop with a camera, boarded the bus and confronted the driver, who refused to answer his questions," the article written on WTOP.com stated.
Here's how Segraves recounts the exchange:
"You can call me Miss Metro," the operator then says.
"Can I get off your bus?" he asks. "You are not going to let me off your bus?"
"You can get off at the next stop," she says.
You can read the rest of the story on www.WTOP.com.