A video showing a biker crashing into a Mercedes has recently surfaced online.
In the clip shared on YouTube channel Wheelie Kay, Kay can be seen doing a wheelie as he rides his bike down a busy main road with slow traffic moving alongside him.
He is then seen trying to cross a Mercedes which itself is crossing a lorry but ends up hitting the car in the bonnet.
Kay, who’s wearing earphones, starts yelling and screaming at the car driver as he gets out of the car to confront him.
When the driver gets out, he gets surrounded by six passers-by and one of them says: “Yo! Yo! Yo! Oh my days! What the f*** are you doing, bruv? What are you doing?”
The next scene in the video shows the bike which is on the ground with its front wheel under the Merc’s wheel.
As the camera shows the bike stuck under the vehicle, another voice can be heard saying: “Yo! Move the car back, bruv. Move the car back! Look what you’ve done. Move it back a little bit!”
Kay then gets his bike from under the vehicle and rides off. Before leaving the spot, he hits again at the Mercedes driver, calling him an ‘idiot’ and a ‘stupid driver.’
Thankfully, both he and his bike were pretty fine after the accident.
Kay’s YouTube channel recently posted a disturbing video in which a gang of young bikers was seen wrestling an elderly lady and punching a man, as they paddle down an Asda market.
The gang rode their bikes in the aisles of the superstore, and the customers had to jump out of their way to save themselves.
The video also shows a gang member punching an angry shopper in his shoulder when he tries to stop him by grabbing his backpack. The group is also seen stealing snacks and energy drinks from the store.
The clip was taken down shortly after it was uploaded.
After the incident, Asda said in a statement: “The incident at our Brighton Marina store in June was totally unacceptable and while we were relieved that none of our customers were injured, we will not tolerate this kind of behavior in our shops.
“Our colleagues acted quickly to remove the trespassers from the store within a matter of minutes to ensure our customers were not disrupted for too long.
“However we would again like to apologize for the inconvenience caused and reassure customers that there have been no further incidents of this nature.”