That’s one way to beat the school run traffic! Moment motorist drives down pavement to skip queues at drop off time in affluent neighbourhood – sparking FURY from parents

That’s one way to beat the school run traffic! Moment motorist drives down pavement to skip queues at drop off time in affluent neighbourhood – sparking FURY from parents

Parents have unleashed their fury on a driver who skipped the school run traffic by driving down the pavement.

Pedestrians were shocked to see the grey Suzuki Swift motoring down the pavement down the pavement in Dulwich, southeast London.

Fuming parents took to social media to show their displeasure at the ‘selfish’ driver.

Parents have unleashed their fury on a driver who skipped the school run traffic by driving down the pavement

Pedestrians were shocked to see the grey Suzuki Swift motoring down the pavement down the pavement in Dulwich, southeast London

Pedestrians were shocked to see the grey Suzuki Swift motoring down the pavement down the pavement in Dulwich, southeast London

Fuming parents took to social media to show their displeasure at the 'selfish' driver

Fuming parents took to social media to show their displeasure at the ‘selfish’ driver

Dulwich Wood School Street, a group of parents campaigning for safer roads around the nearby school, said: 'Er, when did this become the norm!?'

Dulwich Wood School Street, a group of parents campaigning for safer roads around the nearby school, said: ‘Er, when did this become the norm!?’

It was suggested the car was trying to beat the morning school traffic as parents dropped their children off

It was suggested the car was trying to beat the morning school traffic as parents dropped their children off

Dulwich Wood School Street, a group of parents campaigning for safer roads around the nearby school, said: ‘Er, when did this become the norm!?’

They added: ‘This is illegal surely?’

Angry parents added on Twitter/X that it was ‘horrific, selfish behaviour.’

Another X user said: ‘This beggars belief.’

The grey car seemed to pass close to the person filming as the vehicle snuck up the street.

It was suggested the car was trying to beat the morning school traffic as parents dropped their children off. 

Others urged people to report the incident to the Metropolitan Police. 

From other posts on the campaigning group’s Twitter/X, it seems like the shocking driving has occurred before.

MailOnline has contacted the Met for comment.