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Some guy in Zhongli is on the news for riding his bike and video blogging. Supposedly he's doing a whole 114km/hr on a highway? And he hides from the police by using a bus as a blocker and laughs about it? Well had someone phone me about it. Any of you got links to it yet? It's on the news every hour or so. But my son is watching the Disney channel and if I try to take the remote from him then he turns vicious and I have to turn the hose on him. Links?
Oh and the news is saying that the police have already fined him 6000nt onto his plate which he shows in some of his videos.
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