Vigilante on motorcycle goes after littering drivers

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014
A motorcyclist goes after a driver who tossed an empty pack of cigarettes from her car.
When a driver tossed a pack of cigarettes from her car, the motorcyclist responded with an entire ashtray full of butts.
When a driver tossed a pack of cigarettes from her car, the motorcyclist responded with an entire ashtray full of butts.
When a driver dropped a water bottle, the motorcyclist taped it to his side mirror.
When a driver dropped a water bottle, the motorcyclist taped it to his side mirror.
When a driver tossed a fast food bag from his car, the motorcyclist made sure she gave it back to him.
When a driver tossed a fast food bag from his car, the motorcyclist made sure she gave it back to him.
Vigilante on motorcycle goes after littering driversA motorcyclist goes after a driver who tossed an empty pack of cigarettes from her car.
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A motorcyclist fed up with drivers tossing trash from their vehicles took matters into her own hands and the video of her going after the litter bugs has gone viral.

The video, titled "Elusive girl on motorcycle against debris" (translated from Russian), is shot from a helmet-mounted camera and shows the biker picking items up off the street and then chasing down the drivers.

But it's what happens next that has some cheering while others are questioning the video's authenticity.

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The woman pulls up next to the drivers and gets them to roll down their windows. Then she tosses the trash back at the driver before riding off. In one incident, the motorcyclist tosses an ashtray full of cigarette butts onto the lap of a driver who tossed an empty pack from her car. In another, she tapes a plastic bottle to the side mirror of the car it was tossed from.

The starting and ending titles of the video translate to "I want to live in a clean city," and "and there will be punishment for anyone who spits on/disregards this," according to a Reddit user.

The video has been viewed more than 3 million times since it was uploaded to YouTube on Monday.

Real or fake, what do you think of the video? Let us know in the comments.