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Motorheads told to unpimp their rides

Motorheads told to unpimp their rides

Pushing their mechanic skills a bit too far, six capital youngsters were taken in by Chamkarmon district cops yesterday for causing a disturbance with their tricked-out motorbikes.

Authorities say the group had chopped off their exhaust pipes and replaced them with custom ones designed to be as loud as possible.

This didn’t sit well with villagers wanting a bit of peace and quiet, so the crew was forced to sign a document promising to put back the stock pipes.

DAP

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