If you somehow get your motorcycle to travel at speeds approaching 200 mph and happen to capture the moment on video, it's best not to post it on YouTube. Or if you do, you should lie about where the video was shot.

When Kelowna, British Columbia police saw a video of someone driving 186 mph though traffic on a motorcycle, they put out the feelers to see who it was so that they could arrest the speeder. Randy George Scott, 25, turned himself in and is now in jail awaiting a hearing.

The video is insane, and Scott can be seen weaving through cars that appear to be standing still. When the video posted online, several people identified him as the culprit.

This just goes to show that if you do decide to drive fast and film it, it's best to crop out the scenery and say you were on the Autobahn.