A bullying biker makes a man take off his ‘Sons of Anarchy’ motorcycle vest with the ‘friendly’ warning: ‘You don’t want to get your face stomped in.’
The rider makes a series of thinly veiled threats after finding the young man wearing the leather waistcoat, based on the popular US TV show about biker gangs, while filling up his car at a petrol station.
He harangues the young man for more than three minutes – filming as he issues increasingly intimidating threats – before finally demanding that the boy stows the vest away out of sight.
He argues that the lad ‘didn’t earn’ the vest and that it would offend people who had.
The biker, who is out of shot in the video, says: “I should take it from you right now, but you don’t look like you knew, so I’m going to give you your one warning.
“At least that way you know that if someone does stop you, and you get your f***ing face kicked in, at least you know why.
“Just letting you know for future’s sake, especially if your chick is with you, it’s probably not good to get your face stomped in in front of your chick.”
The sheepish lad, who admits that his girlfriend bought him the waistcoat, replies: “I completely understand” in a bid to defuse the situation.
“So if you could actually do me a huge favour and take that off right now and put it in your back seat or something, or your trunk, that would be awesome.
“I don’t mean to come off like a d***, because I’m in a nice mood right now, but if this was any other time, someone would definitely yank that s*** from you, and the conversation would be a lot less friendly.
“It’s a nice gift, I get it, but hang it on your wall and don’t ever wear it in public. Because you’re asking for trouble basically.”
The lad duly takes off the vest and puts it away in his car to finally bring an end to the harassment .