Costly ‘mono’ afternoon


“HOON” riding near Rye pier cost three motorbike riders dearly, Monday afternoon 30 November.

Rosebud police rounded up the trio allegedly performing “monos” on their motorcycles resulting in them all being impounded at a cost of $1200 each.

The riders are expected to be charged with a range of traffic offences, including failing to maintain proper control of their vehicles. They will be summonsed to appear at, probably, Dromana Magistrates’ Court at a later date.

Police thanked members of the public for reporting the hoons. They say they will “not tolerate this type of behaviour putting members of the community at risk”.

Those with information are urged to call 000 or Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

Information provided to Crime Stoppers remains confidential.

First published in the Southern Peninsula News – 8 December 2020


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