Houston Police Recovers Deadpool’s Stolen Motorcycle

Deadpool on a Hayabusa 1 photo
Deadpool loves to ride motorcycles in real life. Recently one of his two-wheelers got stolen, but luckily, his GPS monitoring device enabled the police to go and catch the bad guys.
Although it sounds a bit confusing, there is a man in Houston, Texas, who has legally changed his middle name to “Deadpool”. Yes, the fictional character created by Marvel. And he ieven dresses like him when going out for a ride.

According to abc13, Evo Deadpool Gambino, who is an Army veteran, changed his name to the comic book anti-hero after the recent movie made a hit this year. He also loves motorcycles and uses them as his main mode of transportation.

Recently, he discovered one of them missing when he was trying to leave for work. Luckily, that bike was fitted with a GPS tracker, so he soon discovered it was located somewhere in northwest Houston, about 45 minutes away from his home.

He went to the indicated location and discovered a property with all kinds of motorcycle parts scattered around. He then proceeded to call the police and explain them the whole situation.

The law forces arrived there, catching the thieves and finding Deadpool’s beloved machine, which is apparently a slightly modified Suzuki Hayabusa that perfectly matches the guy’s outfit.

According to the source, the thieves were putting up several motorcycles for the Lone Star Rally. The investigation is ongoing, and the police have arrested three guys found on site - Tedarius Strange, 21 (is it me or this guy’s name sounds like another Marvel character?), Rickey Himes, 37, and Alton Himes, 18.

As for our guy, he told the news reporters he dresses like Deadpool to make people smile around the places he rides. As you can imagine, his presence rarely goes without noticing, and it always ends with kids cheering and taking a couple of selfies.
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