Back in April, we told you the story of a B.C. biker who gained YouTube infamy for his 299 km/h ride posted on YouTube; now, police have finally gotten around to laying a charge in the case.
Police had a suspect in mind at the time, but alas, the motorcycle from the video was registered to his mother. As a result, she was slapped with $1,449 in fines and had the Yamaha R1 seized when she wouldn’t rat out the rider (assumed to be her son).
Something must have snapped, though, because police have finally laid a charge of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle to 25-year-old Randy George Scott. We haven’t heard if he’s been taken into custody or not, but there is a warrant out for his arrest.
You can see the original video below.