'Come on big fella, you've nearly got me': Moment covidiot on dirt bike taunts cycling policeman chasing him around field for breaching lockdown

 This is the moment a covidiot on a dirt bike goads a cycling policeman chasing him for breaching lockdown. 
The rider can be seen leading the officer around a field and taunting him as he struggles to get close. 
It's understood the footage was filmed last Friday afternoon in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. It comes as more shocking pictures emerge of people flouting lockdown rules on Easter Sunday.
The man on the motorbike can be heard saying: 'Come on...nearly, f*****g hel
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The rider can be seen leading the police officer around a field and taunting him as he struggles to get close
The man on the motorbike can be heard saying: 'Come on...nearly, f*****g hell
The rider (right) can be seen leading the police officer (left) around a field and taunting him as he struggles to get close. It is believed the incident was filmed in Huddersfield
'Come on big fella, you are going to do it. You're so close, you've nearly got me.'
But he then circles back pretending to stop before speeding off again.
He adds: 'Oh you're so close yet so far. You've got it in you. Look at you, you are knackered.'
Referring to his motorbike he adds: 'Get yourself one of these lad. Come on lad. Get those legs pumping.'
The rider was slammed by locals as he ignored Government guidelines not to leave the house unless for essential work, shopping or exercise
The front of the motorbike, as filmed by the rider
The rider was slammed by locals as he ignored Government guidelines not to leave the house unless for essential work, shopping or exercise

The video - posted by Luke New - has gone viral after being shared 24,000 times and attracting 10,000 comments.
The rider was slammed by locals as he ignored Government guidelines not to leave the house unless for essential work, shopping or exercise. 
Jamie Auty said: 'What a waste of oxygen.'
Brish Macpherson added: 'Blokes got no chance.'
West Yorkshire Police has been approached for comment. 
The footage has been shared during a weekend when people have continue to ignore lockdown rules set out by the government nearly three weeks ago.
Parks and beaches are once again filling up with people flouting lockdown rules by sunbathing - as councils have been forced to shut cemeteries to stop Easter mourners gathering to lay flowers.
 
Sunbathers are starting to gather on the grass at Battersea Park, including this relaxing reader who had stopped after riding his bike to the London park on Sunday morning. NHS nurses and doctors have repeatedly pleaded with the public to stay indoors unless absolutely necessary
Sunbathers are starting to gather on the grass at Battersea Park, including this relaxing reader who had stopped after riding his bike to the London park on Sunday morning. NHS nurses and doctors have repeatedly pleaded with the public to stay indoors unless absolutely necessary
This group could be seen sitting in the sun on top of Primrose Hill on Sunday morning. Groups are not allowed to gather outside, unless they were all from the same household. The public has repeatedly been told not to meet with friends and family during the global pandemic, as Britain tries to slow the spread of the killer disease
This group could be seen sitting in the sun on top of Primrose Hill on Sunday morning. Groups are not allowed to gather outside, unless they were all from the same household. The public has repeatedly been told not to meet with friends and family during the global pandemic, as Britain tries to slow the spread of the killer disease
Police are out patrolling parks and open spaces once again on Sunday as people head out to enjoy the spring sunshine. More than 1.5million people have been infected with coronavirus to date worldwide and Britain hopes is the lockdown measures will slow the spread of the disease
Police are out patrolling parks and open spaces once again on Sunday as people head out to enjoy the spring sunshine. More than 1.5million people have been infected with coronavirus to date worldwide and Britain hopes is the lockdown measures will slow the spread of the disease
Another sunbather chills out in the grounds of Battersea Park on Easter Sunday morning
Another sunbather chills out in the grounds of Battersea Park on Easter Sunday morning
Revellers are returning to Beachy Head after groups were seen standing on the edge of the cliff in the sunshine on Saturday.
Politicians and nurses have repeatedly pleaded with the country to stay indoors and protect the NHS, but the spring heat wave has seen a small group of people, now being referred to online as #Covidiots, ignoring advice.
As of yesterday there were 78,991 coronavirus cases reported in the UK and at least 9,875 deaths.
'Come on big fella, you've nearly got me': Moment covidiot on dirt bike taunts cycling policeman chasing him around field for breaching lockdown 'Come on big fella, you've nearly got me': Moment covidiot on dirt bike taunts cycling policeman chasing him around field for breaching lockdown Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 01:21 Rating: 5

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