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A driver NOT to mess with: Siberia's strongest woman gets road rage after man 'cuts in front of her'

Mirror logo Mirror 30/03/2017

This is the moment Siberia's strongest woman flipped out after a male driver allegedly cut in front of her in a shopping centre car park.

Powerlifter Oksana Kosheleva, 34, pulled the man out of his vehicle and carried him over her shoulder in an apparent display of road rage.

She then dumped him in the boot of her own car, gave him a kick and drove him out of the car park in Irkutsk, eastern Siberia.

Finally, she threw him out on the side of the road, local media reports.

Oksana Kosheleva, 34, carries the male driver over her shoulder © East2West Oksana Kosheleva, 34, carries the male driver over her shoulder

Oksana is famous in the Russian province for her exploits pulling trucks, trams and helicopters to show her strength.

She was infuriated when the driver - identified only as Artyom - allegedly cut in front of her while doing a handbrake turn.

The incident was caught on video by Artyom's friends, who were filming his supposedly impressive motoring skills in the car park.

"It all happened suddenly. I was in this situation for the first time," said Oksana.

The powerlifter is famous in Siberia for pulling heavy vehicles such as trucks, trams and helicopters © Photo: East2West The powerlifter is famous in Siberia for pulling heavy vehicles such as trucks, trams and helicopters

"When he turned in front of me, I yelled at him: 'What are you doing? We're in a car park!'

"He mumbled something and I came out to understand what he was talking about. And he started arguing with me."

Oksana told Artyom: "You should learn how to park, there are kids around."

Oksana was infuriated when the driver - identified only as Artyom - allegedly cut in front of her © East2West Oksana was infuriated when the driver - identified only as Artyom - allegedly cut in front of her

The powerlifter said she wanted to avoid a "fight" with the driver, adding: "I simply decided to teach him a lesson, I wasn't planning to beat him up. "I'm a woman and fights are not for me."

Oksana said she dropped embarrassed Artyom off around 100 metres away after driving him away from the scene.

The driver later claimed "nothing happened", The Siberian Times reports.

He made clear he didn't fight back because he had previously seen Oksana training at the gym and knew her strength.

In January, with the temperature at minus 21C, the strong woman moved two trams loaded with passengers - a total weight of 36 tons. Earlier, she moved a 16-ton KAMAZ truck.

She allegedly dumped him in the boot of her own car, gave him a kick and drove him out of the car park © East2West She allegedly dumped him in the boot of her own car, gave him a kick and drove him out of the car park

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