Suzuki GSXR wheelie and busted by police on a horse in Central London

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Police officers were amazing! So lucky. Just to make clear to everyone bike has modification on sprockets so speed is not accurate at all. Jukin Media Verified (Original) * For licensing / permission to use: Contact - licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom

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Nig BKD : "Do you want me to switch off?" "No leave it on, then you can show your friends about the big telling off you got from the policeman on the horse" LMAO

SkyKing : "tell your friends about the big telling off you got" hahahaha. I love it.

wahid latif : 22mph haha

BaronVonGrumble : I love this. Excellent policing too - all is well.

Juzztn : A police officer actually encouraging somebody to keep recording? That's exactly what it should be like, what a nice guy. :)

juukame : This honestly seems so much more effective than a ticket; It's like when you get scolded by your parents and then you feel like crap and so ashamed of yourself that you don't want to do it again. Whereas a ticket just makes you feel angry and pissed at the guy.

Micky Vans : "Don't give me any of that old flannel!" - perfect.

KING : YOU SHOULDN'T BE HORSING AROUND LIKE THAT... heuheueheueheuheueheuehueheuehe

EpicFishFingers : Officer missed a trick by not wheelying his horse

Aleximusprime : I love it: "Get out of the square mile and don't come back". LOL!

RaTed R BeBop Arcade : I ride bikes myself So don't try giving me any old flannel :)

BikersPOV : Proper copper! :) 

Paul Dowsett : You were lucky. Don't drive like a fool! Very nicely handled by the police officer.

Latest videos now : if that was an american police officer you'd be in jail with a £1,000,000 fine and filing a lawsuit for police brutality 

Chrus600 : Clearly the adjustments to your sprockets allowed your speed to be so wildly wrong that you were only doing 22mph. You did at least 50mph there bud, and there's no excuse for that on two wheels with people walking past, let alone stood up on one. Yes, the rozzers were cool about it, but you merely got lucky. You're also aware there are calculators for gearing, right? You claim two less on the front, and four more on the back. Hitting an indicated 60 equates to a real 50 on a GSXR 600, so if that's a 750 you're even more buggered.

BootneckSA80A2 : Haha, 110 horsepower beaten by 2 horsepower.

MrBennyBobbles : Haha "dont give me any of that flannel"

mazack00 : Thank you for uploading so that every biker out there can see that driving safely is just rational.  This police man is doing his job MULTIPLIED BY THE NUMBER OF VIEWS!

Pidgey : Londoner here for information if you want some, these guys are city of london police (not normal met police) their job is to look after the square mile i.e. london's financial area, where the bank of england is and other big business HQ's. Rather than arrest guys on bikes. Normal police would have arrested the biker.

Ongoing Discovery : Policeman did his job. I dont usually give em credit, but biker was respectful and the cop was strict but fair. It is a 20mph zone

James Girdller : This officer handled that scenario like a pro. Have to admit you're a bit of a clown doing a wheelie like that, but like the police or not, you have to respect this man. Let you ride home in the hope you shan't do it again. Well done that man on the horse!

Word Unheard : I only wish that the police here in the US were this reasonable. This would be a great country to live in, if they were.

Martin Zone : Get out of the square mile and don't come back! The best.

Biggie Smalls : An American cop would have just shot you.

MOTO filmadores UK : F***K Crazy this guy. Police where amazing, but shoud do something more. This guy will not learn anything like that.

SomeDumbMei : If that was in America you'd have been shot on suspicion of rape, murder, grand theft auto and attempting to flee.

ShawnRector : If this was I the United States he would have a been ripped off the bike by the cop and beaten

Steve Lloyd : How good was that Police officer. He knew exactly how deep in the shite you were at that moment, yet he let you go. Respect that man. Very good.

Kamil Rzadzik : in the USA they would probably shot him  :D

Blah : So lucky but I'm surprised this video is still up :-)

vancouveride : Totally owned by that cop.

TheVJProduction : and then he turned into a beta male ahahaaha

Beckie Jane Brown : It makes me really happy to see a Policeman doing a good job, no rude language, just being straight and to the point.

Duff : Don't give me any of that old flannel!

RevvedUpBiker : Fortunate the Police officer was a biker himself. You were lucky not to lose your licence. A little bit irresponsible on a public road in the centre of London.... so don't give me any of that old flannel. lol

ccityplanner12 : : Right at 0:03 goes past the police horse stables after 1 block (Wood St).

soufilms : Mate my advise, remove that video before you'll be sent to court mate, you'll be banned if they find that footage.

User112 8827 : America: "TURN OFF THE CAMERA!!!" Uk: "Leave the camera on and share it" It's the gun laws hue

Brian Harris : "Don't give me any Old Flannel-get out of the Square Mile and don't come back!" Middle aged weary Brit Cop

Andrew Stewart : Concider yourself bollocked!!

datFloyd : Immigrant respecting traffic laws.

Punnyabrata Chakraborty : Loved the way the Police officer handled the issue. Seriously you guys are blessed to have Police like this.

JG : Nice copper. Respect to him!

Mitch Smith : So basically you were slung outa town by the sheriff!

Triple Blue : Decent Copper there you where lucky

Gabriel Pontual : I appreciate you were humble enough to appologize for your mistakes and post this as a virtual "mea culpa". Congratulations on your positive attitude mate, drive safe!

TheCrazymook : That cop was so cool, exactly how policing should be done!

kristonren : It's a fair cop.....

LucasD : haha I remember when I was about 4 I tried to do a wheelie on my bicycle as I went past this girl who I thought was pretty. Ended up scrapping both knees and crying while walking my bike home.