Bikers Rage At McLaren 720S Owner Leaving Incident Scene

Customer deliveries of the McLaren 720S only just started but already, one has been involved in an incident in Palm Beach, Florida.

Limited details or accounts about the incident are unknown at this stage, but according to a Reddit user, the drama started when the female driver of the 720S was cut off and blocked in by a group of motorcyclists.

Immediately after, the driver apparently got out of the supercar to talk the bikers but accidentally left the parking brake off, causing the car to roll into a motorbike, pushing it over.

Furious, the bikers apparently started hitting and kicking the 720S and one female motorcyclist can be seen and heard screaming at the owner throughout the ordeal. Eager to leave the scene, the McLaren owner quickly drives off, allegedly to call police from a safer location.

We’ll update this story if we hear more.

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  • Erzhik

    Some bikers need to take a chill pill. Every time they ride in more than a pair, they start to act all cool and mighty.

  • BlackPegasus

    Saw this on Instagram yesterday. I can’t say I blame the supercar driver for leaving. Those bikers can get pretty triggered.

  • cooper

    Better for the Mclaren driver to leave. Moron sport bikers in groups tend act less than human.

  • Blade t

    Bikers in packs always act like asses.

  • paulgdeaton

    A female…driving a Mclaren? I wouldn’t have predicted that… so soon…

  • Six_Tymes

    maybe too many kilos in the car? better hurry and leave before the cops arrive.

  • TheBelltower

    And this is why so many people despise packs of bikers. Morons.

  • AMC

    Perhaps bikers need to take Anger Management classes as part of the motorcycle driving test…??

  • annon

    sorry to say, but WTF was that video all about???

  • MarketAndChurch

    At first I was shocked that the driver just left. But than I remembered what angry bikers are capable of.

  • Knotmyrealname

    Looks like there’s nothing more to be said really. My sentiments expressed over and over.

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