Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shithead, May 31, 2016.
I'm sure biker was playing bad-ass. The days that I thought were over---tattoos and/or motorcycles make you a bad ass. Maybe in the 60's and 70's, but now they are just yuppies that can afford a Harley.
After seeing this,
I don't blame the guy
When I'm on my bike I'm always careful, never road rage. Four wheels beats two wheels every time.
Not to mention the guy didn't use his turn signal while changing lanes.
Having to share the road with all of the "Sons of Anarchy" wannabe's around here, I don't condone that driver's actions but I sure can understand them.
Guess the race of the car driver?
I knew when I saw this thread title that it would involve a motorcycle.
Yelling and screaming is all fun and games. When to driver ran over the bike and took off, he committed a felony, on tape no less. Control your anger or go to jail.
I know running over motorcycles is against the law, but it really shouldn't be.
Horrifying moment road rage motorist drives OVER Navy veteran's motorbike and sends him and his passenger flying after Memorial Day ride for military vets in Florida
A jaw-dropping moment of road rage was captured on camera Monday after a man drove his car into - and over - a motorbike coming back from a Memorial Day bike ride for veterans.
Joe Calderazzo, a Navy veteran, was making his way through Lutz, Florida, with a group of fellow motorbike enthusiasts when a driver allegedly ran one of them off the road at around 5:30pm.
They caught up with him and began a loud argument which was filmed by an unnamed man in a car nearby. But the footage takes a shocking turn when the driver apparently attacks the bikers with his car, WTSP reported.
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Sudden: The video shows Navy veteran Joe Calderazzo (in black cap, left) and his passenger suddenly being run over by the car, which had been parked moments before. He and the driver had been arguing just before
It happens so quickly it's hard to take in: The silver sedan is parked to the side of - and just behind - the motorbike, on which Calderazzo and a female companion are sitting.
Suddenly it darts forward and to the right, dragging the bike's two riders down.
'Oh, s***!' one of the spectators shouts as the silver car's front lifts up and it rides up over the bike, its tires squealing on the asphalt.
As the first wheel of the car passes over the bike and the second hits it, the vehicle underneath bounces and bucks.
Thankfully, both Calderazzo and his passenger have been thrown clear of the bike, and can be seen getting up quickly as the silver car drops back down to the asphalt and peels off.
Both were injured in the incident.
'I thought the guy was trying to kill us obviously,' Calderazzo later told WTSP from hospital, where he was getting his leg checked.
'You know, you don't know what's going through your mind. Is he going to put the car in reverse? Is he going to turn around? Is he going to stop and pull out a gun? You don't know what's going on.'
Police later caught up with the driver, who they say is Robert Paul Vance, 31, of Land O'Lakes, Minnesota - a repeat traffic offender.
He has been charged with a hit-and-run, a moving traffic violation and aggravated battery.
Injured: Calderazzo and his passenger were both injured in the incident. Police say the driver was Robert Vance, 31, of Minnesota. He had allegedly run one of the bikers off the road earlier
I ride. You would want to run over me?
Lutz, Florida ...
That looks like what @garypagetwo would like to do to @Dream Theater .
Yeah, of course. What a dumb question.