SHOCKED police clocked a biker doing 150mph on a motorway.
Cops arrested the “reckless” 25-year-old and said he could easily have killed himself.
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It comes after officers warned the coronavirus lockdown was not a “free for all” to break speed limits and use roads like a racetrack.
Police followed the bike off the M23 to Fulking, West Sussex, where the rider momentarily managed to slip out of sight.
Officers saw a van in a nearby car park and asked the driver if he had seen a speeding bike but he replied “no”.
But the police spotted the bike in the car park and the rider was caught.
At that point, the van drove off.
A 25-year-old man from Worthing has been reported for dangerous driving, speeding and failing to stop.
His bike was seized.
Chief Inspector Michael Hodder said: “Just because a road is clear, it does not give you licence to speed or commit any other offence.
“Speed kills. The motorcyclist in this incident can count himself lucky to be alive — he could easily have killed himself or someone else.”
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