‘You deserve it you b******!’ Moment ‘scooter thief’ asks witness to call him an ambulance after he and his accomplice crash into a parked car

  • Manchester police confronted two scooter thieves suspected of being behind the attack. 
  • Two youths claimed that the 21-plate bicycle was broken and had been ‘left for many years’ 
  • One of them asks the other to call an ambulance for him after he crashes.

After crashing into a car parked by his scooter, a suspected scooter theft suspect asked for witnesses to call an ambulance saying that he had hurt his finger. 

It was captured on 14/10/2021. The footage shows two young men riding their moped. 

A few young children comment on the theft of the bicycle and then a man with his dog chases them, challenging them to return it. 

One suspect claims the bike is ‘already broke’ and has been left ‘for many years. 

The youths claimed that they did not steal the bike and were trying to escape. Both of them were not wearing helmets.  

The two suspects crashed while trying to escape on the scooter in the Old Trafford area of Manchester

They were trying to escape from the scooter on Old Trafford in Manchester when the two men crashed. 

The pair lost control after clipping the kerb while turning left at this junction on October 14

On October 14, the couple lost control when they clipped the kerb as they turned left at the junction.

One of the suspects, left, abandoned his accomplice, right, after the crash

Left, one of the suspects left his accomplice right after the crash

The Good Samaritan informed the boys that the bicycle couldn’t be abandoned over the years because it had a 21-plate.  

One of the suspects manages to start the £2,500, 125cc Chinese scooter. 

They tried to flee along Hamilton Street, but they were stopped by Cornbrook Street.  

The scooter is picked up by one of the suspects and he rides it off leaving behind his wounded accomplice. 

As he injured his finger, the youth left behind can be seen walking limpily before sitting down on a pavement to ask for assistance. 

The man responds to the appeal for help by telling the suspect: ‘You deserve that, you b******!’ 

Second suspect rides unsteadily towards Stretford Road. 

MailOnline has reached out to Greater Manchester Police for comment.  

One of the suspects, pictured, pleads with witnesses to call him an ambulance as he injured his finger

As he hurt his finger, one of the suspects pleads for witnesses to call an ambulance.