The reputation of motorcycle gangs as “bad” can be traced back to the mid-20th century in the U.S., when a number of motorcycle clubs emerged as countercultural groups. One of the most notorious motorcycle gangs was the Hells Angels, which was founded in California in 1948. The Hells Angels, along with other motorcycle clubs, were known for their rebellious and anti-establishment attitudes, as well as their distinctive leather jackets adorned with patches and insignia.
In the 1960s and 70s, the Hells Angels and other motorcycle gangs became associated with criminal activities. This was largely due to a number of high-profile incidents, such as the infamous Altamont Free Concert in 1969, which was marred by violence and resulted in several deaths.
With that as a backdrop, imagine you are on a movie date. You booked two movie tickets beforehand. And as you go inside the hall with your partner, you see all the seats are packed only two left. And what if a not-so-friendly biker dude is looking back at you from every other seat?
Well, these couples find themselves in the same dilemma. When they booked their ticket they weren’t expecting THIS. As they walked inside the hall, 148 “bad boys” were sitting there, leaving only two seats for them. This seemed like a bit of a problem at first, but sure to watch until the end–I think you’ll get a good laugh. Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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