Being a keen biker myself, I enjoy watching some of the videos which appear on social media which show fellow bikers enjoying their two-wheels-of-freedom.
Likewise, I always tend to become slightly agitated whenever I see buffoons using motorbikes in order to act like idiots.
Although, technically, I would not class the machine in this video as a ‘motorbike’ owing to its small size, it still gave me great pleasure to see two idiots lose control of their bike as they made off from the police.
Rarely have I witnessed such a ridiculous display of bike control when trying to speed-up from a standing start.
Maybe the biceps of the person riding the bike just weren’t big enough to cope with the 0.00001 of horses which were unleashed as soon as he twisted the accelerator.
And whilst these numpties managed to get away on foot, the footage of them meandering around the road like a lost snake will be forever committed to the archives of ‘Buffoons In Action’.
If only everyone who decided to use motorbikes whilst engaging in bad behaviour was as bad as riding as this individual, then maybe the police would not be forced to use more ‘physical’ means in order to stop them!
I am fairly sure that this video will make for pleasurable viewing for anyone who has been terrorised by wrong-uns who decide to use motorbikes in order to harass decent and hard-working members of the public.
It is a shame these two managed to get away, but at least they left us this footage of their ‘mishap’.
The comments made by the Derbyshire Roads Policing Unit twitter guru also made us chuckle:
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