Source Pravda.Ru

Brad Pitt Misses His Crashed Bike

  Brad Pitt is looking for a new motorcycle in Japan.

  The actor, in Tokyo to promote his latest movie, "Inglourious Basterds," said he trashed his favorite bike recently while trying to escape overzealous photographers.

  "I had a little mishap," he said. "No injuries, except my ego. I was trying to get away from some paparazzi and instead gave them a good story. It was my favorite bike, so that is really sad."

  Pitt, a well-known motorcycle buff, said that while he is in Tokyo he will be looking for a replacement.

  "Inglourious Basterds," directed by Quentin Tarantino, premiered in Tokyo on Wednesday. As a promotion gimmick, Japanese movie viewers will be given a money-back offer if they are bored after watching the first 60 minutes of the revisionist World War II swashbuckler.

The Associated Press  has contributed to the report.

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