WENZHOU, CHINA - Surveillance video in China captured a 3-year-old boy's wild ride on a motorbike through rush hour traffic.
Police spotted the boy dodging buses and cars on a busy downtown street in Wenzhou, in east China's Zhejiang Province around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday on his toy motorbike.
Police caught up with the boy and led him down the street safe and sound.
He was taken away by his grandfather who had rushed to find him.
China's CCTV reports the boy's grandfather looks after him while the boy's parents go to work.
The boy apparently went missing when his grandfather was in the bathroom.
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