THIS was the moment a Brit lorry driver took terrified migrants hundreds of miles in the wrong direction after warning them not to sneak on board.
Footage shows two men climb onto the transporter before waving at the driver to stop as he speeds along the motorway.
The driver can be heard speaking to the camera saying: “I told these two boys that I’m going to Holland.
“So when they get on they best hold on tight because I’m not stopping motherf***er.”
In a second clip, the driver is seen filming in his wing mirror as he drives and jeers at the immigrants hunkered down next to what appears to be a yellow bulldozer.
The driver can be heard saying: "I told you I wasn't stopping! You're going to Holland!"
The videos, filmed on the continent, were posted on a Facebook account with a comment saying: “I told these motherf***ers I’m not stupid enough to stop here on my way home, don’t waste your time, and they didn’t listen.
“Boy you going to learn today.”
Three clips, two of them filmed from behind the steering wheel, show the immigrants jumping on board at a petrol station.
A third clip shows the driver filming the immigrants through his wing mirror as they clamber forward towards him.
All three clips are captioned: “I got options but stopping isn’t one.”
The lorry can be seen driving past a sign saying "Veurne 1500m".
Veurne is a city in northern Belgium, close to the French border.
The videos show the lengths immigrants will go to in order to reach developed countries in Western Europe.
Last week footage emerged of a man trying to evade customs at a port in Morocco by hiding on the roof of an HGV.
The man lay flat on his front as the lorry loaded onto a ferry believed to be heading for Western Europe.
In August, Sun Online revealed the extent of the migrant crisis in the French town of Ouistreham, where young men run after trucks - hoping to hide inside the vehicles destined for England.