When the Image of an NYPD Female Officer traveling in the pillion seat of a Dirt Bike was caught on 4K and went viral, it led to the suspension of the officer who wasn’t really traveling rather sitting in the pillion seat. While the intention of the person posting the picture was truly heart-touching as the only motive of the person was to thank the police officer as she, in a way, “bridged the gap between bikers and cops.”
It doesn’t matter if the intention was moral, but the act of riding a dirt bike is against the law as a few days earlier, Mayor Bill DeBlasio passed law enforcement in compliance with several authorities that Bikes are Illegal and its possession is against the laws. The Suspension of the female officer is a message more than a warning to those who possess Dirt Bikes and feel free to ride them. The Mayor said that it is a mere message he wants to pass on that Dirt Bikes aren’t the belongings of New York City and henceforth are banned and illegal.
Mayor Bill DeBlasio passed an abrupt warning that those who have ATV Dirt Bikes in their possession would be penalized. The process has already been started by seizing almost over 50 Dirt Bikes and rammed under the Bulldozer. He also mentioned that NYPD isn’t playing any games or joking when it mentions the consequences for those who acquire an ATV Bike.
Suspension for Supporting a Moral Cause
This warning was given after the suspension of the female NYPD officer who was seen riding the Dirt Bike merely sitting at the back. Even after the suspension, she was denied the paycheck, which initiated public outrage and hue cry in almost every area. There were protests, hate tweets for the Mayor, strikes, and a lot more. The Public stood strong with the suspended NYPD officer because of her moral cause of bridging the gap between Bikers and Police officers.
To support the cause and lend assistance to the Female NYPD officer, the “Maybach” Rapper 42 Dugg informed everyone that he would be paying her bills for the next six months. He showed his concern by commenting under a post—such a Noble Act.