A motorist claims he and his family have received death threats after he was filmed hurling abuse at the daughter of a seriously ill woman when he was blocked in by an ambulance.
Detectives initially thought Colin Anderson had aimed his tirade at paramedics with the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS).
But the 50-year-old later admitted the furious row in Runcorn, Cheshire, was with the patient's daughter.
A neighbour filmed the altercation and posted the video on social media, reports the Liverpool Echo .
Lawyers for Anderson yesterday claimed he and his family had received death threats after the footage went viral.
Anderson, from Runcorn, admitted causing harassment, alarm or distress to an “unknown person” with intent at Warrington Magistrates’ Court today.