Worries over a potential fuel shortage after the Colonial Pipeline was hacked and shutdown late last week have led to very excruciatingly long lines in the states that are affected the most Where there are long lines, there are people who try to cut those long lines, and some people don't have the patience for that.

On Tuesday afternoon, a woman in a Honda Accord apparently tried to cut a long line of cars at a Marathon gas station.

It was when she bumped into a parked Honda CR-V trying to get into the line that things escalated, and the cameras came out.

According to the guy who was recording a video shared to Instagram, the woman got out of the car and spit on the driver of the CR-V who wouldn't let her in.


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The man who was driving got out of the car and spat back on her, which led to a scrappy fight.

At one point, the man kicked the woman's phone in the street in response to her tearing his shirt.

Colonial Pipelines officials say they're aiming to be back to operating at full capacity by Friday, with gasoline supplies returning to normal the next week.

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