A Canadian military video display a motorcyclist going to, shall we say, surprising lengths to equivocate removing prisoner was incidentally posted to amicable media, military said.
The chase, that occurred Feb. 20 in Surrey, British Columbia, showed a motorcycle supplement doing a standard things — going by red lights, speeding and veering off and behind on streets — around helicopter camera and a unit automobile dashcam, the Huffington Post Canada reported.
But afterwards he headed into a parking lot…and gathering into a mall.
That apportionment was held on notice video, with him high-tailing it down an escalator…
…and by a run — only feet from a toddler.
Officials on military radio could be listened uttering “crazy” and “very dangerous” and “wow!” as a unfolding unfolded.
More from a Huffington Post Canada:
The motorist afterwards takes a car over walking bridges before a video ends with images of a motorbike with stickers that read, “Support your internal Hells Angels Haney” and “In Memory of Johnny Antinozzi.”
The video was a gathering of “air services, Surrey RCMP video and Guildford Mall video for justification in an investigation” that was being used for training purposes, Sgt. Dale Carr told Global News.
Police held adult with the motorcycle, that was abandoned.
As for a motorist — described as a male in his 40s — he’s still out there somewhere.
Here’s a clip. (Content warning: An clamour is spoken by one central over military radio during about a 2-minute mark):
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