Mr Aptish, who is originally from Bulgaria but has lived in the UK since 2010, tells the man “listen, I’ve got a camera here mate” and tries to argue he was driving too fast, but he replies: “I don’t give a f***”, and threatens to hit him in the face.
“Because you’re foreign, you don’t understand the rules of our road so f*** off back to your own country, you c***,” the enraged motorist adds, before climbing back into his car and eventually driving away.
In a tweet, Mr Aptish claimed the man was driving at about 35mph in a 20mph zone during the incident which took place shortly before 1.30pm on 31 December.
Speaking to The Independent, the minicab driver, who lives in Bedfordshire, said: “I was scared because I did not know what exactly he was about to do.
“I didn’t have room to move as I was sitting with my seatbelt locked.”
Mr Aptish, who described himself as a calm person, added: “It was a very unpleasant thing to happen. I drive for a living and always try to stay away from such things.”
He said he had reported the man involved in the incident for hate speech.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman told The Independent the incident had been reported to the force.