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23/10/2009

Hairy Biker in motorbike accident

One of the hairy bikers, Simon King was in a motorbike accident at the weekend which has left him with leg injuries.

The 42-year-old TV chef was hurt when he was involved in a motorbike crash while heading through rush hour traffic in Gosforth, Newcastle.

His TV partner Dave Myers was following shortly behind King and witnessed the crash which left the chef and his red Ducati in the road.

A spokesperson for the show said, "He is fine, but a bit shocked."

The chefs were heading for a location shoot for a festive series inspired by the Twelve Days of Christmas song.

A Northumbria Police spokesperson said: ''The motorcyclist, a 42 year-old man, was riding a red Ducati motorcycle and was taken to Newcastle General Hospital with what have been described as minor leg injuries.''

The biker is said to be resting at home with family following his motorbike accident.

 

 
 
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