A man with a Christmas tree strapped to the roof of his car flipped off and cursed out a young driver in West Windsor, according to police.

On Saturday afternoon, a woman was teaching her daughter how to drive on South Mill Road when a man driving a blue or green Subaru Forrester came up behind them at an intersection.

According to the mom, her daughter apparently didn't move fast enough to go through the intersection, and the driver of the Subaru became irate and started blasting his horn.

The police report states the man pulled up beside the mother and daughter, and "the male prominently displayed his middle finger. The victim exchanged the greeting."

When she came to a stop at the intersection of Clarksville Road, the victim rolled down her window and asked for patience because she was just learning how to drive.

That did not calm the other driver, who police say, then cursed the victim out and shouted a racial slur before spitting at them and driving off.

Police continue to investigate the incident and are seeking the driver of the Subaru, who was described as white with a bald head.

If you witnessed the incident, or can identify the driver of the Subaru, you are asked to contact Detective Robles of the West Windsor Police Department at (609) 799-1222 or Robles@WestWindsorPolice.com. You can also use the department's Anonymous Tip Line at (609) 799-0452.

Eric Scott is the senior political director and anchor for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach him at eric.scott@townsquaremedia.com

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