GRAEME SOUNESS has revealed he was labelled an "idiot" in a road rage bust-up.
The Liverpool legend and TalkSport star insists he was the victim as he travelled to the station's London studio.
And he added that he would have stayed cooler if he hadn't forgotten to take his blood pressure tablets.
The Sky Sports pundit, who is said to be considering quitting that role at the end of the season, admits he hates the roads in the capital but blamed a driver going the wrong way round a car park
The former Scotland captain, 69, had a triple heart bypass when he was diagnosed with coronary heart disease aged 38.
He then had a stent fitted ten years later after another artery became blocked.
And in 2015 he suffered a heart attack at his home.
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But the temper he believed has mellowed over the years – helped by blood pressure medication – rose when driving to the talkSPORT studios.
The ex-Rangers hero said: "I find London very difficult with the traffic when I drive here.
"I am in the car park and a minute and a half later I've got someone calling me an idiot.
"I was doing nothing wrong this time.
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"He was in the wrong, going the wrong way in a car park so there was a confrontation early in the morning.
"I need to take more of my pills to keep the blood pressure down. I normally take one of my blood pressure tablets before coming on air."
Souness was on his way to his regular Monday morning slot on the Jim White and Simon Jordan talkSPORT show.
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