Police have now released the shocking footage, which shows Foster – who was not wearing a helmet’ – travelling through the town on February 7 ‘with complete disregard for either his own safety or that of others’.
He was filmed travelling on the wrong side of the road, going the wrong way around roundabouts, and mounting the pavement, carrying out stunts such as wheelies as he wove through traffic at speed. An ‘extremely reckless’ motorcycle rider who was filmed popping wheelies, riding on the wrong side of the road and cutting into traffic during a two-hour police chase has been jailed.
Akeem Foster, 24, was filmed from a police helicopter as he tore through the streets of Luton on the off-road motorcycle, trailed by officers.
Foster, from Teesdale, Luton, was eventually arrested and has now been jailed for eight months after Luton Crown Court found him guilty of dangerous driving.