NEW YORK — That’s cold.
A thief with a heart of stone made off with the dirt bike of a man who had just crashed and lay dying in the street, cops said.
Luimy Acosta-Collado, 27, was just half a block from his home when he crashed into a double parked car as he came around a turn in Brooklyn, police said.
Acosta-Collado was knocked to the ground and slid underneath a parked car, but the motor bike kept going and eventually crashed into a car parked further up the block.
As people rushed to help the fallen rider, someone quietly walked off with the bike.
“The guy was bleeding. A bunch of people were out here screaming, calling ambulances,” a man who identified himself as Wayne O., told the New York Daily News.
Another witness said Acosta-Collado was riding a friend’s dirt bike — which is illegal to drive on city streets — when he crashed, and that the “friend” retrieved it before police showed up, so it wouldn’t get seized.
“The cops can’t find the motorcycle. My guess is that the person who owns the motorcycle took it before it would get confiscated,” the man said. “Even for Brooklyn, that would be pretty s—ty.”