Via the New York Post:
A biker has been arrested four months after police say he led them on a chase through the streets of New Jersey that reached 160 mph — a pursuit he recorded on video and posted online.
A video showed him weaving in and out of traffic on a highway and through a residential area, where the pursuit was then called off.
His speedometer showed him going 160 mph.
“Unbelievable, insane disregard for public safety is what pops into my mind,” Pequannock Police Capt. Christopher De Puyt told WNBC-TV.
Officers couldn’t read the motorcycle’s license plate because it had been bent up under the rear fender, De Puyt told the Daily Record.
But the video was posted on YouTube and police traced it to Darrigo.