Gael Noriega was ticketed last month for reckless driving. Noriega is only 6, so I’m guessing that reckless is the only way that he knows how to drive.
Still, police in Ciudad Jerez decided to give the boy a ticket after he crashed his gas-powered minibike into an SUV. But the police weren’t satisfied with giving Noriega a reckless driving ticket. They also gave him a ticket for driving without a license and for having an unregistered vehicle. Oh, and they confiscated the bike.
The Inquisitr reports that the 6-year-old had to pay $183 to get his minibike back. Which according to my calculations, would take about 183 days to payoff in the lemonade stand business.
Due to the ridiculousness of the situation, Noriega’s parents decided to go to the media. The fines have since been dropped and city council secretary Hector Arceluz said that the officers would be punished for their behavior.
Want to see some motorcycle porn? Nick “Apex” Brocha is back for the follow up to the wildly popular Motorcycle Vs. Car Drift Battle.
Brocha and his teammate Ernie Vigil tear up the roads in High Plains County but soon the local authorities step in to try and stop the fun.
“Nick ‘Apex’ Brocha is back and this time he brought his Empire teammate, Ernie Vigil. The two are mounted on a pair of crackling Triumph Speed Triples… Low traffic, perfect asphalt and endless twisties have kept them busy resurfacing roads with their rear tires for weeks. The only problem is the local authorities have had enough. Enter Police Officer Dan Brockett, the only man with the muscle to keep these two in sight. His 550 horsepower Ford Mustang Cobra was built for speed and he’s got a license to use it…”
Here’s Motorcycle Vs. Car Drift Battle 2.
Here’s the original Motorcycle Vs. Car Drift Battle.
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Natalie Pack was recently crowned Miss California but the 22-year-old junior from UC Irvine says that she’s never really been into pageants. Instead, Pack says that she grew up as a tomboy and spent most of her time riding motorcycles.
“I had no experience,” she said on KTLA Morning News on Monday. “I’ve always been a tomboy. I ride motorcycles. I don’t do beauty pageants.”
Last year’s Miss California, Alyssa Campanella, ended up winning the Miss USA pageant and finished 16th at Miss Universe.
You can see Natalie Pack’s appearance on KTLA here or watch the video below.
Travis Pastrana and the Nitro Circus crew are getting back together for a new movie, and yes, this time it will be in 3D.
There isn’t a release date yet but Nitro Circus promises that it will come out sometime this year. All of the footage has been shot and the crew is currently working on post-production and distribution details.
Nitro Circus writes:
“Expect the impossible, ridiculous, insane, hysterical, and purely awesome! Coming to you in 3D, it will feel like you are riding shotgun with the crew.”
Here’s the new Nitro Circus 3D trailer.