Jan. 11, 2010
Born to be wild
3:50 p.m. — Golden Gate Point and John Ringling Causeway. Battery. A man dining at a restaurant got into an argument with 16 members of a biker gang, which is generally not a smart thing to do. The man was punched and kicked several times, but only required medical treatment at the scene. The gang members were stopped at the above address, while an officer brought the victim to them for identification. The man told police those were the guys that punched and kicked him. A bartender said the victim seemed to provoke the bikers.
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