A TRUCK driver has recorded a video of himself snorting white powder behind the wheel while wearing his company work shirt has begged to have the footage removed from Facebook.

In the clip, recorded on a mobile phone, the man tells the camera "this is going to hurt like a motherf***er".

"This is giving me tingles in my back just thinking about it," he says. "This is going to be a big day."

As he rolls a $10 note, he declares, "mum, if you're watching this, I suggest you f***ing change the channel".

The man, wearing a shirt featuring the logo of a Shepparton transport company, then snorts a line of white powder.

"That burns … my eyes are watering … what a moment," he says.

 

Truck driver appears to take drugs behind the wheel.
Truck driver appears to take drugs behind the wheel.

 

A passenger hands him then hands him a pipe and a small blowtorch.

"Get in my mouth," he says before inhaling and blowing out smoke.

"Well, that's f***ing breakfast," he boasts, but he wasn't boasting when the footage found its way onto a Facebook page popular with truck drivers.

According to 9 News, the driver contacted the administrators of the Facebook page begging them to take it down.

"Plz remove it," he wrote. "I have asked 3 time (sic) for you to remove. I'll be getting legal advice."

ABC News reports Doncarm Transport employed the driver until three months ago when the two parties went their separate ways.

Victoria Police said they are aware of the video and their Heavy Vehicle Unit is investigating the matter.

 

Victoria Police are investigating.
Victoria Police are investigating.

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