Wheelie video prompts warning
Bike stunts on public roads are dangerous and could cause crashes, police have warned.
A police spokesman said: “Offenders caught in the act or subsequently identified can expect to be brought before the courts and charged with riding in a dangerous manner, among other relevant traffic offences.”
The reminder came after a video posted on social media showed a man doing a wheelie on his motorcycle for a considerable distance, including navigating a roundabout.
Another person, apparently on or in a separate vehicle, filmed the events. Police have appealed for witnesses.
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