Biker's cell phone does him in after road-rage drama
By Tom Zytaruk, The Province July 8, 2010 Comments (12)
A biker who got caught up in a road-rage incident in Surrey on Sunday evening ended up being duped by his own cell phone.
The incident happened at about 6 p.m. near 128th Street and King George Boulevard, when a motorist became irate at a motorcyclist who wouldn’t let him pass.
The biker responded by pulling alongside the car with his Harley, stabbing at the car’s roof with his cell phone.
But when he sped off, he accidentally dropped his cell phone on the road.
The motorist with the stabbed roof picked up the phone and called police.
As police were speaking with the motorist at the scene, the phone rang. A cop answered and told the biker, a 41-year-old New Westminster resident, to come back and pick it up.
He did and was arrested for mischief and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
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