“Somebody stole my bike.” With those words on Twitter last week, Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster started a social media storm. His bike got its own Twitter page, the sports networks picked it up and ran with it, and JuJu’s teammates called for the bike’s immediate return. Antonio Brown went on the NFL Network with the plea, “Whoever has JuJu’s bike please return it ASAP.” And, on Twitter, Brown offered two tickets to a Steelers home game for whoever returned the bike. That same night, in Mt. Oliver, DJ, that’s how he wants to be known, bought the bike for $200. He considered it an expensive but good deal until he saw JuJu’s story come on the 11 o’clock news. “I looked at the bike and I looked at the TV, and I looked at the bike and I looked at the TV, and I said, ‘Oh [expletive], that’s the bike I bought.” He immediately called the Mt. Oliver Police and turned in the bike. He says he was not aware of any rewards being offered.
Man who turned in Smith-Schuster's stolen bike waiting on reward
CBS Pittsburgh | Nov 2