Japanese cop on bicycle chases and pulls over a Lamborghini Huracan due to a traffic violation
The notion that no one is above the law has been thus proven by a Japanese cop on a bicycle when he chased down and pulled over a Lamborghini Huracan due to an alleged traffic violation. It is 573 Italian horsepower versus two legs of a Japanese policeman!
Of course, owning a Lamborghini is not open for everyone. All of us know that before you can have one, you must be filthy rich to be able to purchase it for a hefty price tag. Considering that owning a Lambo signifies wealth, a lot of folks can't help but stare at it when they see it on their roads. While some enjoy the attention they receive, a Lamborghini Huracan owner in Japan probably wished the opposite. Why would he despise the attention? It is because one of those who quickly noticed the violation he did while driving his eye-catching supercar is a Japanese cop who pursued him and asked him to pull over. Interestingly, the policeman chased the Lamborghini Huracan using, not a patrol car nor a motorcycle, but his trusty bicycle.
The whole scene, which was quite embarrassing for the owner of the Lamborghini Huracan, was shown in a video filmed in Japan. The recording starts off with the fast car pulling up to an intersection. It continues past the limit line, waits for a woman to cross the road and accelerates away, completing his illegal turn. It might be that he did not notice the signal or he just doesn't care. Soon after, the cop was seen in the video pedaling his bicycle fast-paced to give chase to the offending Huracan and managed to catch it at the next junction. The enforcer orders the driver to pull over to which he consented, despite owning a supercar. The cop then kneels next to the driver's window, explaining his violation and issuing him a ticket.
Upon seeing this interesting video, several netizens made comments such as, "I thought it was gonna be a motorcycle cop, but nope, it's a bicycle cop," "Whoa, catching a Lamborghini on a bicycle? This guy deserves a medal," "It's really polite how the cop kneels down so that he can talk to the driver at eye-level," "I like the part where the Porsche just nonchalantly cruises by at the 24-second mark [as the Lamborghini is getting pulled over]." As of now, the video has already garnered over one million views.
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