'What's so hard?: Brisbane teen's wild rant at cabbie shared on Snapchat

Jo Hayes

A teenager has delivered an expletive-filled verbal attack on a cab driver on Brisbane's south side and posted it on social media.

The 19-year-old's rant has already been viewed live by thousands of people.

The taxi council says the obscene verbal spray is an example of what drivers put up with too often.

Tamika Dudley shocked her thousands of Snapchat followers with an attack on a Black & White taxi driver who was unsure of her destination.

Tamika Dudley shared her rant on Snapchat. Source: 7 News/Snapchat

"I put in the GPS... so follow the GPS, what's so hard... what's so f**king hard about following the GPS," she said.

"You picked me up and you're a cab driver and you're telling me to get out because you don't know where you're going?"

The 19-year-old did not hold back her verbal abuse. Source: Facebook

The rant was full of expletives, with Snapchat captions providing a running commentary.

"I swear to god if you get lost again there's gonna be a lot of trouble... so make sure you know where you're going... swear to f**king god."

At times the verbal abuse threatened violence. Source: 7 News/Snapchat

Seven News spoke with some of Tamika's Snapchat followers who said they weren't surprised by the video.

Other cabbies say such incidents aren't a rare occurrence.

Few friends said they were surprised by the young woman's behaviour. Source: Facebook

"I've had it before this myself," one driver said, "but my experience, you calm the passenger down."

Black & White Cabs weren't available for comment.

However, after the report aired Ms Dudley thanked 7 News for the notoriety.