[단독] Four people riding one motorcycle… Teenagers’ dizzying run

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Four teenagers were riding a motorcycle together on a highway and were caught by the police.

The youth continued to run more than 30 kilometers without regard to police restraints.

Reporter Jung In-gon reported exclusively.

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This is the Gyeongbu Expressway from Yangsan, Gyeongnam to Ulsan.

A motorcycle without a license plate suddenly appears in front of a moving vehicle.

[김창호/신고자]

“What highway do motorcycles come on… motorcycles, right?”

A whopping 4 people are riding on a small motorcycle with a displacement of 125cc.

The absurd driver immediately reports it to the police.

[김창호/최초 신고자]

“Yes, we are on our way. We keep going in the direction of Ulsan.”

Only one is wearing a helmet, and the other three continue to run dangerously without protective gear.

Reporters also continue to chase motorcycles and provide information to the police.

[출동 경찰관]

“If you look at the highway, there is a square number plate every 100m. Doesn’t it say 37 on the shoulder?”

When the motorcycle does not stop despite the sound of a police siren, the driver concerned about the accident slows down in front of the motorcycle.

[출동 경찰관]

“Stick to the right. Stick to the right. Stick to the right.”

Eventually, the motorcycle ran more than 30 km and was caught near the junction in Seoul. All four were 16-year-old students living in Ulsan.

[김창호/최초 신고자]

“I’m a parent, so I’m worried about the kids… When I look at them, they’re kids. So I’m afraid of an accident…”

The arrested students stated that they had made the wrong way and entered the highway while driving a motorcycle.

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Police are investigating them for violating the curfew, and are also looking for theft of motorcycles without license plates.

This is Jung In-gon from MBC News.

Video coverage: Choi Chang-won (Ulsan) / Screen provided by: Kim Chang-ho

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