By Nigel Wynn
A roadside spectator filmed the chaotic result of team cars taking a wrong turn during stage six of the Tour of Britain on Saturday.
As the peloton passed through the roundabout in Norwich in the right direction, a cavalcade of team cars then come to the junction and head straight on instead of turning left.
A Tinkoff-Saxo car is the first to take the wrong turn with others following, including several dropped riders mixed up in the cars.
As drivers realise their mistake, instead of carrying on around the roundabout several decide to do a U-turn or reverse back - straight into the path of oncoming traffic. Some of the cars subsequently travel up the wrong side of the carriageway and over the central reservation.
Cue beeping of horns and spectators shouting "you're going the wrong way!".
The few riders caught up in the mishap quickly realise the mistake and find the correct route, it's easier for a bike to turn around than a large, fully-laden estate car.
"This video was taken by my partner on Halfords roundabout in Norwich. It's so funny on so many levels!" said YouTube user Lorna Jermyn who posted the clip online.
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