The General Directorate of Traffic has apprehended a group of bikers and charged them with driving their motorcycles dangerously on the Shamal Road.
The riders had removed the number plates of their bikes in order to conceal their identities.
Captain Mohamed Sefar al-Kuwari, of Patrols and Traffic Investigations Department, said that soon after the incident was found in a video posted on social media sites a probe was launched and the offenders nabbed.“Though there were no number plates on bikes in order to hide the identity of the bikers, the police patrols successfully concluded the mission of rounding them up in less than 24 hours, seized the bikes and initiated legal action,” he explained.
Captain al-Kuwari stressed the need for motorcyclists to adhere to the rules and regulations of the road, not to drive their bicycles endangering their lives and the lives of others, and also not to expose themselves to legal accountability for violating the traffic regulations established by law.
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