Scumbag motorist shows why Filipino drivers are the worst [video]


Tito Cosejo Jr. Beast Mode Driving viral video
Tito Cosejo Jr. Beast Mode Driving viral video

MANILA, Philippines – “Beast mode” is what a Filipino driver describes his style as he cuts through Metro Manila traffic, provoking and angering fellow motorists along the way.

In a 7-minute video taken by the passenger, the driver (name withheld) shows off his skills while driving a Toyota Tamaraw FX, swerving through lanes and cutting through heavy traffic in order to get ahead.

He refers to his way of driving as “Beast Driving Mode”.

It is not immediately evident if the video was supposed to be a joke, but keen viewers can immediately discern the element of humor, although perhaps it might have been done in poor taste.

The footage appears to have been taken along the Domestic Road coming from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) bound for Roxas Boulevard in Pasay City.

As the pair approach Airlink International Aviation College the road is blocked by a fuel truck, forcing them to slow down and switch lane.

Beast Driving Mode is an example of a humor video gone wrong, showing the worst traits of Filipino drivers
Beast Driving Mode is an example of a humor video gone wrong, showing the worst traits of drivers in Metro Manila

While attempting to switch lanes the driver points out an airport taxi (sedan) with plate number TXS 562. According to him, the sedan was intentionally provoking him.

He goes on to say that he will make him pay by tailgating because the other driver did not let him pass.

“I’m gonna make sure he’s gonna bleed,” said the driver arrogantly. He then promised to ruin the sedan driver’s day before they reach one of the oncoming billboards.

While tailgating a sedan, the Beast Mode driver bumps the side mirror of a Mitsubishi L300, enraging its driver and resulting in a confrontagion
While tailgating a sedan, the Beast Mode driver bumps the side mirror of a Mitsubishi L300, enraging its driver and resulting in a confrontagion

In the process of tailgating the TXS sedan, the duo hits the side mirror of a Mitsubishi L300 with plate number ZLZ 564.

The L300 driver goes down, resulting in a profanity-laced confrontation typical of most incidents involving road rage.

In a Reddit post one user claiming to be a friend of the driver in the video describes him as a really nice guy who regrets his actions.

He later added a screenshot of a Facebook post where he warns people not to imitate him. He goes on to say that he regrets his actions but at the same time he takes full responsibility of the events in the video.

Regret-filled Facebook apology by the "Best Mode" driver where he lists the lessons that he learned from the incident
Regret-filled Facebook apology by the “Best Mode” driver where he lists the lessons that he learned from the incident

“I take full responsibility for my actions that day. It was a huge lapse in judgement, and I’d like to apologize for anyone and everyone affected by my carelessness,” he says.

He added, saying “People make mistakes and in every mistake there’s a lesson to be learned. Unfortunately, I had to learn mine the hard way”.


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4 Comments

  1. hey you mr driver wala kang kadefedefendsive pre hindi ka driver nyan alam mong moderate traffic gumitgit ka hahahaha nakakatawa ka..turo turo ka pa nang trip k lng ata nong araw n yan eh beast beast kpa dyan tinakbuhan m pa yung ginitgit m hahahahaha…

  2. shabu pa more kuya. pwede namang sumingit pero wag manggitgit. marami naaaksidente dahil sa panggigitgit. ay huwag magyabang kung expert ka sa driving. parang halatang ayaw sa trapik eh. tsk tsk tsk. wag talagang tularan ang driver na to. he's a bad example to the newbies.