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Powered bicycle exceeds 60km/h while playing with ‘lightsabers’

Powered bicycle exceeds 60km/h while playing with ‘lightsabers’

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Another day, another PAB/PMD story. Why is it always the younger people using these?

 

What happened? 

At 1.32 A.M, a PMD and PAB (Power Assisted Bicycle) were spotted going over 60km/h on Jalan Eunos. 

 

The PMD is initially in the lead but that changes at 0:34 in the video, when the PAB surges past the PMD like a turbo kicked in.

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Impressively, it looks like this was all while the PAB rider was using one hand to keep the bike steady as he held a flashing traffic wand in his left hand (our aforementioned lightsaber). His passenger held a flashing traffic wand in his right hand as well in order to keep things perfectly balanced, as all things should be. 

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So?

As cool as this may be, it doesn’t change the fact that the riders were breaking the law and endangering themselves, as well as other motorists. People caught up on this too. 

 

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Others asked what would the LTA and traffic police do to stop this from happening.

 

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The only discipline is only these jokers themselves. The police can't be around anywhere, anyplace, anytime. IF these jokers don't treat their life with respect and safety, then when things gone wrong, they only have themselves to blame. Just don't caused other people trouble with their irresponsible act.

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