Bikers huddle up by the thousands for 10 days in Sturgis, South Dakota….
They ‘aint the sharpest tools in the shed…
Thousands of people turned up to a concert headlined by Smash Mouth in South Dakota on Sunday night amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 90s pop-rockers and their fans at the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally didn’t seem worried about gathering together during the viral outbreak that’s killed at least 160,000 Americans.
“We’re all here together tonight! F–k that COVID shit!” front-man Steve Harwell said on stage, earning cheers from the crowd.
The iconic 10-day festival was expected to attract some 250,000 motorcycle enthusiasts, scaled down from about half-a-million people who attended in previous years, according to USA Today.
Festival goers didn’t have to face many of the social distancing restrictions common elsewhere in the country, the newspaper reported. For example, those who traveled in from a virus hotspot for the event were not required to quarantine.
And while organizers encouraged the use of masks or face coverings, they were not required….