Soumya Prakash Pradhan

In India, to ride a gearless motorbike with an engine size up to 50 CC, you must be at least 16 years old. For motorcycles with gears and cars, the minimum age requirement is 18 years. However, there are instances of underage children riding bikes and scooters in India.

Recently, a video went viral on the internet showing three kids riding a Scooty recklessly at a turning point on the road.

They were speeding through the turn, cutting across the Scooty lane while other riders on bikes were shocked.

One rider managed to avoid an accident by swerving away, but it was a close call.

As the three kids continued ahead on the Scooty, the rider who almost caused the accident followed them.

After a short distance, they stopped the Scooty, and two kids quickly ran away, leaving the rider behind.

The rider received a slap from someone on the road, presumably another rider who was angered by the dangerous maneuver.

As this video shows how friends sometimes leave during emergency, you may laugh a lot while watching below as this video is viral on social media.


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The incident was captured and shared on social media platforms like Instagram. The video has garnered 7.3 million views, 457k likes, and numerous comments.

One user commented, "Bro, they are kids, don't hit them." Another suggested informing their parents or the police instead of resorting to violence.

Someone else remarked, "If that girl had been a boy, nobody would have intervened." Another comment read, "Everyone learns a lesson at the required time; friends are left behind, as shown in the video."