Isn’t this the kind of thing that happens when your feet can’t touch the pedals?

Via Hollywood Life,

Tom Cruise may have been involved in a motorcycle accident at around 3 p.m. EST on March 7 in Los Angeles. He was heading south near the intersection of La Cienega Blvd. and Sherwood when a car ran through a stop sign in front of him. According to two eyewitnesses who spoke to HollywoodLife.com, Tom leaned to the left and his red Ducati bike slid forward into a brown SUV, denting the SUV’s back tires. Five people helped Tom pick himself up and get the bike on its side. The bike’s gears were damaged on the left side. From there, Tom immediately ran to the sidewalk (two eyewitnesses say he was slightly limping.) Tom sat outside KOI Restaurant on La Cienega Blvd., where he made two phone calls and waited 30 minutes for paramedics to arrive, we were told by two separate witnesses to the accident.

Though he refused to be taken to a hospital, claiming he was fine, we’re told Tom spoke with police and the man driving the brown SUV that his motorcycle hit. When we approached the man involved in the accident, he would not give his name but said, “Tom asked me not to talk about this, but I’m fine.”

Tom, next time use your CELEBDOM.

Get the guys over at the bike shop to custom make you a booster seat for that thing.

Just say it’s for Suri. Considering she rides a Unicorn to Preschool every morning, it’s not all that farfetched.


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