Bikers Ride to the Rescue of Bullied 5-year-old


Bikers may have a bad rap, but a group of bikers called the Punishers in Albuquerque are proving they're a whole lot sweeter than they might look by riding to the rescue of a bullied 5-year-old.


This 5-year-old, who remains unidentified and suffers from a mental disability, was reportedly assaulted on her way home from school. Once the Punishers caught wind of it, they decided to ride to the girl's home and give her a pep talk. 

“We told her that we are always there for her no matter what,” Norman Gonzalez, president of the Albuquerque chapter, told the press.

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Isn't it great to see such a good deed come from such surprising place? Apparently this group defies stereotypes in other ways too: Members include people in law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical services.

Man, I wish I had a group of "Punishers" in my neighborhood, too! So the next time you see a biker, don't assume they're trouble ... here's to hoping we see more good deeds from surprising places down the road.

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