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The proper way to transport a BBQ

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by blackjacket, Jan 31, 2008.

  1. Bloody cruiser riders!
    Thats insane :LOL:
  2. well at least his face is covered from the bugs
  3. i'd do that if i had to.
  4. i thought i do some crazy things :roll: i feel half normal now :)
  5. Riding without proper leg protection. . . big mis-steak....
  6. Ten out of ten for effort, I say!
  7. I don't get it....

    You wear no protection, you get chastised as a squid.

    You wear a steel cage for protection and people still aren't happy :LOL:

    It would be interesting to see what the police would actually charge him with. Would they need to provide evidence that it affected his riding?
  8. Apologies for the [​IMG] champ

    I no longer frequently [​IMG] this site so I missed this thread

    OP now has a link so remove the other thread if you wish [​IMG]
  9. There is another thread about this in politics.
  10. FROM

    A MOTORCYCLIST who was photographed riding on Melbourne's Eastern Freeway with a barbecue strapped to his body has admitted it wasn't a bright idea.

    And "Stuart" is also having second thoughts about an earlier incident when he hauled a two-seater couch on his motorbike.

    "I do think it was dangerous," he said yesterday.

    "I don't think I'll carry anything but a pillion passenger from now on."

    Stuart, 27, who didn't want his real name revealed, was ridiculed when the Herald Sun published a photo yesterday of his barbecue escapade.

    An astonished motorist had snapped him while he was transporting the barbecue on the Eastern Freeway on Sunday evening.

    Police were not impressed and started an investigation.

    Stuart, who migrated from New Zealand in August, said he picked up the barbecue left on a nature strip for a hard rubbish collection.

    A Buddhist, he had been returning home from a temple in Box Hill.

    "I've been known to be a bit strange and to see things differently," he said.

    "It was the challenge (of transporting the barbecue) more than the thing itself."

    But Stuart didn't count on the reaction of work and housemates who teased him after recognising the rider in the photo. "I wouldn't do it again, it was too embarrassing," he said.

    Stuart said he recently ferried a couch on his bike from Keilor Downs to his Sydenham flat. "People say it can't be done, but I proved them wrong," he said.

    Stuart's housemates said they weren't too surprised when they saw yesterday's photo in the Herald Sun.

    "He does some crazy things, it's something that he would do," said one housemate.
  11. thats funny but have any of you guy's been to BANGKOK !!! They do some CRAZY stuff their. :LOL:
  12. Yeah and the bloody thing didn't even work!
  13. Rofl!!!!!