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Motorcycle mob of more than 100 riders runs red lights, causes mayhem in Mississauga (VIDEO)

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Eric Wainwright Sep 12, 2016 12:33 am

On Sunday, September 11, a group of motorcycle riders got together to enjoy a nice leisurely ride through Mississauga.

And by a group we mean more than 100, and by ‘leisurely’ we mean popping wheelies, running red lights, generally scaring the sh*t out of people, and leaving a fiery crash in their wake.

So, ya. A nice Sunday drive.

According to the YouTube video posted by The 4K Guy – a channel that covers breaking news video footage involving police and fire services in Canada and the USA – this was the scene that unfolded yesterday:

This after-noon at 1h pm a call came in for a motorbike accident involving two bikes and at least one that was on fire on Dundas Street at the corner of Cedar Glen Gate in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Ambulance, fire and PRP responded to the crash. At the scene, one motorbike lays in a burnt out wreck on the ground with water draining in a nearby manhole. The driver of the motorbike allegedly fled the scene of the accident by hopping on another bike. It is unknown at this time if anybody was injured. About 15 minutes earlier, a mob of about 100 motorbikes drove through traffic erratically, doing wheelies between cars at the intersection of Erin Mills Parkway and Erin Centre Boulevard in Mississauga.

Here’s a pack of them generally just not giving a f*ck about a red light:

A video posted by Mark Gogola (@m.gogola) on

Here’s what it felt like to be in a car when suddenly surrounded by them. Notice the lack of license plates:

And here’s the fiery result of a crash at Dundas and Cedarglen Gate in Mississauga:

Peel Police are currently investigating the crash.

No word yet on whether or not they’re also investigating the average IQ of the morons who decided to spend their Sunday this way.


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Eric Wainwright
Eric is the Toronto City Editor for Daily Hive and previously the Editor-in-Chief at Notable.ca. He is highly educated. He knows words. He has the best words.

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