Audi driver grabs a gun to threaten another motorist

A furious motorist has been jailed after he was caught on camera brandishing a gun during an 'insignificant' traffic dispute.

Shocking CCTV footage of the road rage incident shows Daniel Closca, 30, stopping his black Audi on Croyland Road in Edmonton, London, due to a vehicle blocking the road ahead.

The vehicle behind him is seen reversing to allow Closca to do the same, but he refuses to move.

Road rage: Daniel Closca, 30, is seen stopping his black Audi due to a vehicle blocking the road ahead, before waving angrily at the car behind during the 'insignificant' traffic dispute

Road rage: Daniel Closca, 30, is seen stopping his black Audi due to a vehicle blocking the road ahead, before waving angrily at the car behind during the 'insignificant' traffic dispute

Road rage: Daniel Closca, 30, is seen stopping his black Audi due to a vehicle blocking the road ahead, before waving angrily at the car behind during the 'insignificant' traffic dispute 

Closca then gets out of his car before walking over to the vehicle behind and waving his hands in anger.

After walking back to the Audi, he leans into the vehicle where the female front passenger appears to pass him a handgun.

The terrifying clip then shows Closca pointing the weapon at the car behind before driving off.

No one was injured in the incident, which took place on April 23 at 5.45pm.

After walking back to the Audi, he leans into the vehicle where the female front passenger appears to pass him a handgun, which Closca points at the car behind, before driving off

After walking back to the Audi, he leans into the vehicle where the female front passenger appears to pass him a handgun, which Closca points at the car behind, before

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