Canada's Randy George Scott likes to ride his crotch rocket fast. Disgustingly fast. And on high traffic roads, no less. So after he took a thrill spin and posted it to YouTube, the police who weren't monitoring the road, and thus felt duped, set out to bring him to justice retroactivily.
According to the Daily Mail:
Canadian police are on the hunt for a local biker with a need for speed who posted a video of himself on YouTube capturing his death-defying 186 mph joyride down the busy Trans-Canada Highway.
Since the recording appeared online, authorities have identified the daredevil as 25-year-old Randy George Scott, of Victoria, British Columbia.
The video shows the speedometer on Scott’s motorcycle reaching 299 kilometers per hour (186mph), but authorities believe he may have been going even faster on a road with a posted speed limit of 50mph.
A warrant has been issued for Scott’s arrest, but he is still at large. The Saanich Police Department added Scott to its most-wanted list.
If convicted of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle charge, Scott could face a sentence of up to five years in prison.
There are some things that you shouldn't post on the internet. You breaking the law is one of them. POV, amateur-hour porn is still cool, though.