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Cyclist does stunt riding on car roof to dismay of vehicle owner

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Facebook user Aaron Rylan shared a video of two cyclist trying stunts in his Facebook.  The video showed one rider doing a stunt by riding over the roof of the user’s car. Aaron’s dashcam captured the act.

The video has gone viral with over 1,500 shares and it has been viewed over 50,000 times.

Aaron said that the incident happened today (15 Oct) at 2.06pm and that he has filed a police report. Aaron said that he was not in the car when the incident happened, but happened to notice the mischief-makers as they rode past and fled the scene.

He said that he hoped the two boys will come forward so that he can settle the matter amicably and privately. He also asked those that care for young people to educate them that such acts have consequences, and so they need to think before they act.

This is another video of similar stunt done elsewhere.
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