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Is this guy on the bike hot or is he hot?

Is this guy on the bike hot or is he hot?

chitchatboy

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Is the weather really that warm that you need to ride without clothes?

This motorcyclist thinks so.

Spotted on SGRV's Facebook and many other sources, a short-hair motorcyclist can be seen riding nude by the camera bike traveling along PIE towards changi. The nude rider then left the highway via the Bedok North Rd exit with the camera bike following closely, allowing us to get a closer look at this bewildering sight.

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Thankfully, the video that has been uploaded to the web doesn't show his private parts...

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