RIDING his motorbike in front of police while he was disqualified has cost a Sanctuary Point man four months behind bars.
Terry Wayne Acton, 37, of Sanctuary Point Road was also on bail when police drove past his place on the way to a nearby incident on October 15 last year.
He asked the police if they wanted him, but they said no.
Acton then mounted his trail bike and swore at the police, telling them to chase him.
He revved the bike and was not wearing a helmet when he rode along Sanctuary Point Road.
A police check showed Acton, who had never held a licence, was disqualified from 2011 to 2014.
Two days later he apologised when he went to Huskisson Police Station to report on bail, saying he had had a few drinks.
The following day Acton was back on the bike and was caught by an unmarked police vehicle on Sanctuary Point Road at 10.50am, again without a helmet.
In court Acton was also fined a total of $700 for riding an unregistered and uninsured bike, failing to wear a helmet and using offensive language in public.
He was disqualified from driving for another two years.