Bareheaded biker busted for bearing banned arms

Bareheaded biker busted for bearing banned arms

A random helmet stop has once again yielded bigger fish for traffic cops.

Police in Kratie town on Tuesday waved over a 35-year-old man for failing to wear a helmet.

Instead of stopping, the man bolted, prompting a high-speed chase and police suspicion as to why a routine traffic stop would provoke such panic.

Turns out our suspect was packing heat.

The gun emerged during a pat down and the man quickly admitted ownership, though not what he planned to do with it.

He was sent to court.

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