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Motorcyclist taunts cop with wheelie; wrecks into fence

Steven Adams
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Jeni Betancourt via facebook
A motorcyclist does a wheelie past an Allentown police officer seconds before crashing into a fence.

A motorcycle rider’s police-taunting stunt ends with a trip over the handlebars.

Three dirt bike riders reportedly had been riding through an Allentown neighborhood Sunday when police were called, reports LehighValley.com.

Witnesses said the riders used T-shirts to cover their faces as they sped past and flipped their middle fingers at officers.

Jeni Betancourt told LehighValley.com that one rider made several passes before a second patrol car arrived. She captured video of the rider pulling a wheelie past the first cop and then hitting a fence near the second patrol car.

Betancourt told LehighValley.com that the rider went over the handlebars and took off running. She was told the motorcycles had been reported stolen.

Read more details at LehighValley.com.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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