Meanwhile in Boston Saturday night……
Video you’ll see only on @boston25 – dozens of teens on bikes ride through through the O’Neill Tunnel. MA DOT says they were also spotted on the Zakim! State Police are investigating. pic.twitter.com/1hQfJusuqX
— Elysia Rodriguez (@ElysiaBoston25) March 31, 2019
MORE: State Police say they were called – teens entered the tunnel at Leverett Circle. Troopers forced them out of the tunnel and they all took off, police didn’t pursue. pic.twitter.com/1Dc0BIpNO1
— Elysia Rodriguez (@ElysiaBoston25) April 1, 2019
This never would’ve happened before legalized weed. Madness! (Edit – joking, obviously)
Nothing to see here. Just a bunch of EBT Phone Homies taking up multiple lanes of traffic, doing wheelies, and flipping off cars underneath downtown Boston on the most heavily trafficked interstate in the Massachusetts.
This is what happens when it finally cracks 60 degrees for the first time. The Mission Hill McNugget in the outer lane seemed insistent on taking up a third lane too.
I can’t wait for the inevitable, “yea but, at least they’re not out shooting people or joining gangs” from the “bikes up, guns down” hoodbooger patrol that inevitably shows up when something like this happens. As if the only options kids have in life are joining gangs or risking their lives, and the lives of other people, by breaking the law like this.
The term “kids” should be loosely applied in this case:
Bitch tits Bennie over here looks like every guy who owns a bodega in Roxbury ever. He’s clearly an adult, yet he hangs around with what appear to be a bunch of 11 year olds driving bicycles that no doubt once belonged to some poor kids in Dedham. But I guess when sexual intimacy with a woman your age is out of the question this is the biggest thrill you have going for you in life.
According to Fox 25 News none of them were arrested for this.
Police said about 30 kids on bicycles entered the tunnel from Leverett Circle around 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Video shows the teens riding alongside cars in the tunnel Saturday night, and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation said they were also spotted on the Zakim Bridge. William Dyer and his wife were heading home from Cambridge to Hanover Saturday evening when his truck was surrounded by the bikes.
“I see a kid riding a wheelie on the highway, and I thought they were making a movie, so I got all excited,“Dyer said. “I thought we were going to be in the movies because they are making so many movies in Boston now.”
But, when Dyer didn’t see any film crews, he began to worry.
“That’s when I put my hazards on, and I stayed behind them so no one would get hit because we were going around corners and people were beeping the horn,“ Dyer said. “I was afraid someone was going to get hurt, it was dangerous.”
Dyer said the teens could have easily been injured.
“People were coming around 60 miles per hour then locking up the brakes,“ Dyer said. “I just didn’t want the kids to get hurt, some of them looked like they were 14 years old.”
Troopers responded to the tunnel and police said they forced them out at South Station. Police said once the group was out of the tunnel, they dispersed and fled, and police did not pursue.
These are shitty kids with shitty parents who will never be held accountable for their behavior. They will never be held accountable for their out of control behavior, and when they fail in school or inevitably end up in jail it will be blamed on racism, police brutality, “the system,” or whatever else some local activist can pull out of their bag of excuses.
These are kids with zero direction in life with no regard for their safety, but even less regard for the safety of others. This is a highway where people are traveling over 60 mph. If anyone had slammed their brakes and slightly turned the wheel after seeing this they risked getting into an uncontrollable skid, which easily could kill them or other drivers.
These are the kids who will grow up with a sense of entitlement and believe they will be owed something simply because they grew up poor. I’m sure when they misbehave in school they face little consequences because schools are too afraid to punish kids now, thanks to politicians like Dante Comparetto who accuse them of racism if children are held accountable for their behavior. By the time they’re adults these character flaws enabled by well intentioned but oblivious social justice warriors, will be too late to correct.
It’s just yet another example of why we need to pass legislation requiring a license to reproduce. Seems kind of common sense at this point. It’s a long shot here, but if you know who any of these kids are, we would love to know so we can give their parents the public shaming that everyone else is too afraid to.
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