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YouTube: Be Careful What You Post

I love motorcycles (I have 14 of the darn things), but I hate certain people that ride them. I hate middle-aged men who buy a Harley as their first motorcycle and then claim that rice burners stink (these are the same guys that slam on their rear brakes when confronted by an obstacle that they promptly hit).

But more than that, I hate nuts on high-powered sport bikes that wheelie down the road wearing shorts and T-shirts, endangering themselves and all the cars they pass along the way.

One such moron got his just desserts in the U.K. Jeremy Parrot filmed himself pulling every knucklehead stunt in the book, then put the video up on YouTube. Can you say busted?

Posted by Doug Barney on February 21, 2007


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