Illegal 'sideshow' on Bay Bridge leads to arrests in front of CHP office with officers waiting

Los Angeles Times 

An impromptu weekend "sideshow" involving three high-octane sports cars on the Bay Bridge went sideways for two of the drivers after a witness notified the California Highway Patrol, which was waiting for the cars when they drove into San Francisco, authorities said. About 3:30 p.m. Sunday two Ford Mustangs, one white and one black, and a Chevy Camaro blocked traffic on the westbound side of the Bay Bridge west of Yerba Buena Island before the black Mustang drove ahead and then began doing "doughnuts" on the middle of the highway, said CHP officer Vu Williams. A witness recorded the illegal driving on his phone and posted it on Instagram, authorities said. Traffic approaching San Francisco's Bay Bridge was backed up for miles Sunday afternoon when a group of renegade motorists in souped-up cars blocked off all the eastbound lanes and spun their tires and burned rubber "doughnuts" on the structure's deck. Traffic approaching San Francisco's Bay Bridge was backed up for miles Sunday afternoon when a group of renegade motorists in souped-up cars blocked off all the eastbound lanes and spun their tires and burned rubber "doughnuts" on the structure's deck.

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