This is the moment when a furious driver attaches an Insulate Britain worker to a railing with his own banner.
The driver is believed to have become angry after the eco warriors refused to move out of the way of the moving cars.
Footage shows workers being dragged off the road at what is believed to be an industrial estate near the Dartford crossing and the M25.
A man wearing a red hat and tracksuit bottoms can be seen carrying an elderly protester to a nearby railing, followed by a giant red Insulate Britain banner looped through the straps of his rucksack.
The Echo warrior is seen laughing as the man in the red cap then ties the banner around the metal bars.
Earlier in the footage, a brown-haired woman can be seen shaking off a busy road before proceeding to a busy lorry.
Two angry women watch from across the street, filming the brawl on their phones.
The footage is believed to have been captured in the same drama-filled protest last week, where an angry mother insulated UK protesters.
The mother was caught on camera shouting: “My son is 11, he has to go to school and I have to go to work,” before a black Range Rover carrying two workers.
Earlier she had vowed to continue running her school, telling workers: “I’ll drive through you!”
Another man is filmed saying “it won’t help” as he tries to reason with the crowd.
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He yells: “Why aren’t you at work? Why are you stopping people from working?”
A fellow traveler adds: “My business is on its knees. We have a lot of freight problems in the UK.”
A frantic lorry driver was also caught in a last-ditch attempt to go straight into the protesters.
Hero pedestrians and drivers eventually helped to pull the firefighters away from the busy road.
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