Jeremy Vine calls out 'shocking driver' as he cycles in London

The star shared a clip of the incident on Twitter

Watch: Jeremy Vine shares cycling video of 'shocking' driver

Jeremy Vine has shared his outrage over a “shocking driver” who ate chips and used her phone while at the wheel in London.

The TV and radio presenter is a keen cyclist and has previously used social media to call out dangerous and inconsiderate driving.

His latest video on the subject showed a female motorist in a 4x4, and was captioned: “The worst part of my commute is Kensington High Street. The worst part of Kensington High Street is drivers like this.”

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In the clip shared on Twitter, the 57-year-old star says: “This is a 4X4 driver doing the old ‘I can eat a bag of chips with two hands and still drive routine.' I know, incredible.

“Against this large vehicle, a cyclist is just a bag of blood.”

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 19:  Jeremy Vine leaves BBC Wogan House on his bicycle after presenting his Radio 2 Show on July 19, 2017 in London, England. The BBC has published the pay of its top earning employees today as part of the corporation's annual report.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Jeremy Vine is known to be a keen cyclist. (Getty Images)

The driver then finished the chips and Vine said that he would not have shared the video were it not for what happened next.

“Turns out she also thinks it’s OK to be on her phone at the lights, typing two-handed," he told fans.

"And I wouldn’t have uploaded this were it not for happened next."

Vine then caught up to the vehicle, where it had paused alongside a bus, and said that the driver was on the phone again.

"This is one shocking driver," he said.

BBC presenter Jeremy Vine leaves Broadcasting House in London, Britain July 19, 2017. REUTERS/Neil Hall
Jeremy Vine said the woman was a 'shocking' driver. (Reuters)

"She is driving a truck’s worth of metal with vulnerable road users completely unprotected around her."

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"Just a reminder this behaviour gets you a £600 fine and six points," warned the TV star, saying that a phone cradle was a much cheaper option.