Bikers Taunt Officer Pinned in Crashed Cruiser

All bikers with a little bit of knowledge know that if they are to break the law and be seen by police, there's little the officers can do to catch them. Given the high speed of the bikes and the fact that they can cram into more places than a police cruiser can, bikers can pretty much consider themselves momentary kings of the road.

Knowing that, bikers in the US seem to have come up with a pretty interesting way to have fun. When they see a police cruiser, they come up to it and do anything to catch the officer's attention. Once they've got it, they draw the officer into a chase.

A chase which in this case could have ended badly for the police officer. Two motorcyclists apparently pulled the above stunt on an officer from Washington State who, obviously, went after them.

For unknown reasons however, the police officer lost control of the car and crashed, but not before rolling his car five times. He ended up, pinned and bleeding, on the side of the road. The officer still had the strength to use his cell and call for help.

Before emergency services came to the scene though, the two bikers the officer was chasing came back. To the officer's surprise however, they did not return to rescue him from the wreck, but to make fun and taunt him.

The two bikers then fled the scene. The officer escaped pretty much unharmed in the end, but with his ego probably blown to pieces. The Washington State Patrol says it will not tolerate this and will use the registration numbers of the two motorcycles to track down and catch the bikers.

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About the author: Daniel Patrascu
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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