The Floating City

Hell's Angel hailed as hero

From WLN reporter, Teresa Dunn

The Hell's Angels bikers are usually a sign of trouble. Not so says this local man.

Norman Duncan stopped by Smith's Liquors on 5th Street when a man wearing Hell's Angels colors approached him.

[Camera cuts to an interview with Norman in front of the store]

"I was just getting a case of beer when this biker guy came up to me and started talking. At first I was nervous, thinking he was going to rob me. But he seemed like a real down-to-earth guy. Then my car got stolen and this guy hopped on his bike and chased after him!"

[The camera pans back to the anchor]

According to Norman, the Hell's Angel chased down the car thief and got his car back. How the Hell's Angel did that was not discussed.

[Camera cuts back to Norman]

"I was starting to get worried that he wasn't coming back but sure enough he turned up with my car. I didn't get a chance to ask the guy his name."

[Off camera a question is asked] "Would you trust the Hell's Angels again if your car was stolen?"

[Norman chuckles] "I don't know about that but I'd definitely buy that guy a beer if I saw him again."


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