Central Texas Motorcyclist Uploads Footage of Speeding Violation to YouTube, Gets Ticket

A motorcyclist in Williamson County was given a ticket for speeding when reaching speeds of up to 144 miles per hour after uploading a video of his violation to YouTube, a Williamson County constable said in a Facebook post Wednesday. In the Facebook post, the Williamson County constable “made the decision, in the interest of Public Safety, not to pursue (the motorcyclist) on the toll road at a dangerously high rate of speed.” But the motorcyclist uploaded a video of the speeding violation to YouTube, where the constable found the video, which showed the speedometer reaching speeds of up to 144 miles per hour…