MA'ANSHAN, China (NBC/CCTV) - An apparent dispute between a father and son played out on traffic cameras in China this week.
A black Mercedes Benz can be seen cutting off a red BMW at a busy intersection in eastern China.
CCTV said a father was driving the Mercedes and his son the BMW.
When the son failed to maneuver his car away, his father rammed into the side of it.
The two immediately got out of their car, and a chase on foot through traffic ensued.
CCTV quoted police as saying the two were eventually stopped by local authorities and identified as father and son.
The cars were both damaged and towed away from the scene.
It's unclear what started the dispute.
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