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ROAD RAGE: Angry Cyclist Jeremy Santucci Destroys Friend's Bike After Crash

Cyclist Jeremy Santucci threw a temper tantrum after crashing during a race, and smashed the bike he had been riding. Video from the Red Hook Criterium in Milan on Saturday showed Santucci smashing the bike against the ground and snapping it in half. When people on the sidelines questioned his actions, Santucci said the bike was “already destroyed” from the crash. Unfortunately, the bike wasn’t his to smash: It belonged to a friend.
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