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Motorcyclist Apparently Slaps an 'I Don't Stop for Cops' Sticker on Police Cruiser...Then Gets Struck by Instant Karma

A motorcyclist might have thought himself smart slapping an ironic sticker on a police officer's car, but it wasn't long until karma caught up to him.

What did the sticker supposedly say? According to the description in the video, it said: "I Don't Stop for Cops."

The motorcyclist sped onward down the road away from the officer, often cutting into the center turn lane to pass other traffic. About a minute later though, he hit a concrete median, which sent him him flying from his bike.

Reaching out to slap a sticker on the cop's SUV. (Image source: YouTube) Reaching out to slap a sticker on the cop's SUV. (Image source: YouTube)

Just before he hit the concrete divider. (Image source: YouTube) Just before he hit the concrete divider. (Image source: YouTube)

The motorcyclist popped back up pretty quickly but found that his bike wouldn't start. While still sitting on his own bike he held on to the back of a buddy's bike and allowed himself to be pulled. But in this moment a siren pipped up and blue lights flashed.

The incident gave the cop just enough time to catch up.

Notice the blue lights from the flash of the cop car trying to nab the offending motorcyclist. (Image source: YouTube) Notice the blue lights from the flash of the cop car trying to nab the offending motorcyclist. (Image source: YouTube)

Did the motorcycle toting pair actually pull over as the officer's lights indicated they should have? Nope.

Watch the video:

The video ends with the motorcyclists seeming to outrun the officer. But, who knows, they might have gotten nabbed in the end.

Most people in the comments don't support this biker's actions. One said, "I was hoping him to get caught."

It is unclear where or when exactly this incident took place.

(H/T: Reddit)

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