Other people have a different level of social conscience. These 'influencers' are publically glamourizing this 'F*** the rules of the road and everyone else on it, I'll drive like it is my own personal playground' style of 'driving'. When they themselves, or any one of the many people who idolize them and mimic their behavior end up having their luck run out and taking out any number of unlucky bystanders/other road users in their crash, then maybe the reason that others are concerned with this 'youtube influencers' current activities will become more obvious. 'Live and let live' would be harder to stomach if it were one of your own loved ones who gets caught in the wreckage of one of these character's eventual failure of luck. Just a thought.Shagga_P said:I am a bit surprised at how many people on here are willing to waste their own time trying to get these guys busted.
Yes, they're a bunch of jackwagons, but I'm not the police and they're not interfering in my life so I see no reason to spend my time interfering in theirs.