Biker Gang Takes Over Interstate Until Jesus Scatters Them All Over The Road!

Not so tough now, is he?

We love bikes. We love bikers.

What we do NOT love are miserable a-holes who deliberately inconvenience other drivers.

These ‘tough guys’ thought they could fill up four lanes of traffic and bully other drivers into submission.

‘This is unbelievable, they are riding on one wheel,’ the driver is heard saying on the video.
Weaving around cars and blocking others from passing them, the motorcycles pull tricks dangerously close to a Food Lion tractor trailer.
Moments later, at least two bikes are seen spinning out. –DailyMail

Watch:

But wait. There’s more.

When the sirens from the cop cars are heard, they all scattered.

Even the guy who had crashed his bike.

Seconds later, sirens are heard, and the group sprints away toward their bikes on the shoulder.
One bike that wiped out in the middle of the beltway is abandoned and the rider walked away to flee with the group. –DailyMail

He was so afraid of the cops, he had to abandon his bike.

“Pride goeth before a fall,” the Good Books says.

Seldom do we see so clear an example of that as here.

If he’d read (and applied) this, he would not have been such a dumbass.

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