A killer was filmed mocking British cops who were chasing him by waving at them as he rode a motorbike at up to 161 mph — moments before he crashed and died.
Alex Sartain, 34, led Hampshire police on the terrifying, 11-mile chase after shooting his neighbor to death in a deluded belief he was working with Russia to spread COVID-19, the Sun said.
At times he was seen waving at officers filming overhead in a helicopter, even using both hands.
“He’s waving at us!” an officer in the chopper was heard saying during the recording last August, as unarmed officers on the ground were warned to “seek cover.”
The footage released during a court hearing this week shows Sartain racing at speeds of up to 161 mph, with dashcam from one car he zipped past showing him disappearing in seconds.
He eventually lost control after clipping the side mirror of a car coming the opposite direction, crashing into