A WOMAN has been caught on camera swearing and shouting at a man who asked her to pick up some litter.
A video, uploaded to YouTube, shows her foul-mouthed reaction to being asked to clear up a McDonald's wrapper she apparently threw from her car outside IKEA in Croydon.
In the description posted alongside the clip, the author says her brother told the driver: "Excuse me, I think you dropped something."
When she appeared unconcerned, he added: "Well, do you want to pick it up? You can't just litter like that."
She replied: "What is your concern? Next time you shouldn't talk about it. Don't escalate the situation. Don't worry about it. It's not your business."
When the man repeats himself, the motorist responds: "Pick it up then. Shut yourself up and get in your car. It's none of your concern."
Then, getting out of her vehicle, she says: "Why are you so concerned about me littering? I pay my taxes. Mind your own business. This doesn't concern you. Don't worry about me."
Gesticulating angrily, she adds: "Are you my mum? You pick it up. Go push your trolley - you look like a mug. You look like a ******* mug."
According to the person who uploaded the video the woman also told her brother to "call the litter police".
"She probably doesn't know you actually get a fine for littering so I would love for this video to go viral and for her to be fined!
"She has no respect whatsoever. She got into her car before I started filming, shouting very loudly at her friend exactly what happened, how some guy came up to her asking her to pick up her litter.
"When my mum returned, we calmly told her what happened and the woman started screaming and shouting again - very angrily - and that is when I started to film."
It is not clear when the incident occurred but the video, called My IKEA experience, was uploaded to YouTube on September 16.
The name is a reference to the video My Tram Experience, which showed New Addington mother-of-two Emma West racially abusing passengers on a Croydon tram in October 2011.
The recording was watched by more than 11 million people after it was posted on YouTube and West was later prosecuted.