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When a News Camera Captured This Motorcyclist Breaking the Law, the Biker Went on a Vile Rant — That's When He Learned a Lesson in Anger Management and Justice

"...punk-a** inconsiderate motherf*****..."

Image source: screengrab via KRON-TV

KRON-TV's Stanley Roberts was near the Golden Gate Bridge, filming a "People Behaving Badly" segment, when his camera crew caught a motorcyclist doing just that: missing his exit and swerving around into the wrong lane to get off the highway.

What happened next was shocking — especially considering how much the motorcyclist had to lose.

The motorcyclist stopped his bike and jogged across several lanes of traffic to confront the crew, asking why he was filmed and demanding to "see some ID."

Roberts obliged, even though he didn't legally have to, but the situation quickly deteriorated anyway.

Image source: screengrab via KRON-TV Image source: KRON-TV

"I don't f***ing know you," the motorcyclist said, before calling Roberts a "punk-ass inconsiderate motherf***er" for "sticking [his] camera in people's faces."

The motorcyclists then stormed away — into the waiting arms of karma.

Image source: screengrab via KRON-TV Image source: KRON-TV

Cops ticketed the motorcyclist and confiscated his bike after reviewing footage of the man driving the wrong way — and learning that he was driving without insurance on a suspended license.

Watch the whole encounter here:

To recap, here are the three levels of poor decision-making that led to this guy losing his bike:

  1. Driving without a license or insurance.
  2. Driving the wrong way on an exit ramp.
  3. Stopping to cuss out a reporter.

Roberts reported that the man walked home.

Follow Zach Noble (@thezachnoble) on Twitter

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