Bizarre footage shows two teen thieves riding a horse as they steal a motorbike in Dartford
- Shocking footage shows two teens sneaking onto the road with the stolen bike
- Instead of driving the bike, they are towed along by a horse who trots out
- The owner said that the KTM Duke bike was stolen within an hour of leaving it
This is the shocking moment thieves stole a motorbike in broad daylight – on horseback.
CCTV footage shows a man and boy sneaking out with the bike as they are towed along by a horse.
The bizarre episode, filmed in Dartford, Kent, shows a horse tied to the bike as the boys make a less than speedy getaway.
The bike owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, posted on a Facebook account:
The user posted: ‘It’s a KTM duke 125 and I have never seen these people before’
‘I have owned it [the bike] for 2 months and I was doing a private job painting a bedroom for a friend at half 3 I went to get some lunch and came back and it had gone.
‘It’s a KTM duke 125 and I have never seen these people before.’
The video opens with the horse remaining still with only its head in view.
After some delay, the horse slowly trots onto the main road to reveal a hooded man sat on the back of the bike with reins.
In front of the hooded thief, a younger boy sits in front and leans forward on top of the bike.
The video also captures someone walking past the two boys, but does not intervene at any point.