Speeding Motorcyclist Taunts Cops on Facebook ‘Catch Me if You Can’ (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Motorcyclist Alberto Rodriguez posted a bizarre speeding video on Facebook with a caption “catch me if you can" last May.

The video (below) has over 10,000 views, but the San Antonio, Texas Police Department only recently found out about it after a Facebook user alerted them.

The video, shot from Rodriguez's helmet, shows him speeding between lanes through slow traffic at over 100 miles per hour on I-35.

“This young man appears to be an attention seeker from the videos he’s posted,” Sgt. Javier Salazar told ABC News. “We’re hoping that his level of publicity will help us arrest him. I’m surprised it took this long to get to us, but I’m glad that it did."

Media attention caused Rodriguez to pull down his Facebook page, but police already downloaded the video and took screenshots.

"We have a lot of information on him. I would predict it won't be long until we have him in custody," San Antonio Police Chief William McManus told Fox News.

"We have a bunch of detectives and officers out there looking for him. It's going to be hard for him to stay off the grid," added Chief McMcanus who said the video is "probably one of the most insanely dangerous things" that he has ever seen.

Sources: Fox News and ABC News