ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - New Mexico State Police call it dangerous: someone armed with a camera tracking down supposedly dangerous drivers and posting video of them online.
This person is not just posting the drivers but also their license plate numbers and even warning police are not exempt if they are driving badly.
But you can watch the video yourself to see who the dangerous driver really is.
The self-proclaimed "video vigilante" posted it on Vimeo Tuesday calling it "Albuquerque Candid Camera Episode 1."
"How's your driving?" the vigilante can be heard saying on camera with the audio altered. "Got you on camera being a piece of (expletive)."
The person claiming to target reckless driving is encouraging more drivers to do the same, telling other "video vigilantes" to e-mail video submissions.
Video posted by the vigilante is filled with cursing and invective.
"You're stepping on your brakes?! You've got to be (expletive) me. This guy is stepping on his (expletive) brakes on the freeway. Yeah, go ahead. Try to hit that semi. Good (expletive) God."
KRQE News 13 showed the video to State Police, who were not impressed with the actions of the so-called vigilante.
"Getting close up and personal to these other drivers and creating that perfect recipe for road-rage incidents," said Sgt. Emmanuel Gutierrez.
At one point, you can even see the person hanging out the window to record and shout at another driver.
"That's taking your attention off the roadway. Driving is a full-time task," Gutierrez said. Don't put yourself at risk, and let law enforcement handle reckless drivers, he added.
"Get a good vehicle description. Get a license plate number," Gutierrez continued. "Then, when you get the location, the direction, give us the timeframe. Then, dial #DWI."
News 13 e-mailed the person who posted the video online but has not heard back.
The Albuquerque Police Department responded to a request for comment with this statement: "The person in this video is endangering the public and violating the law."
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