A video on Tik Tok shows several cars weaving through traffic in what appears to be a dangerous way on the M40.

The 20-second video shows at least two cars quickly moving through lanes, undertaking and overtaking other cars on the east-bound carriageway of the motorway, near Junction 2 in Beaconsfield.

The car from which the film is shot also appears to follow the other vehicles, carrying out the same risky manoeuvres.


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At one point, the car straddles a lane to drive between two other cars which were side by side in the second and third lanes.

In another part of the video, a car can be seen swerving onto the rumble strip to avoid the overtaking vehicles.

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It is not clear when the video was shot, but the footage was clearly taken on a sunny day while there was a considerable amount of traffic on the 70mph road.

The footage was uploaded to the Tik Tok account Cars4ya, and has been viewed nearly 6,000 times at the time of writing.

Viewers who try to watch the video are also met with a content warning banner which states: “Participating in this activity could result in you or others getting hurt.”

The warning banner does not prevent users from accessing or watching the video.

The video description alongside the short footage also contains several hashtags, including #il legalracing and #ukcarscene.

When the Bucks Free Press contacted Thames Valley Police to enquire whether it was aware of the footage, it was unable to comment.

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