Young lad, 11, turns up to school dance with 30 Hells Angels – wins total respect

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A YOUNG boy shocked his classmates when he arrived at his prom flanked by a gang of 30 bikers.

(video)- Dressed in a kilt, the cheeky little boy matched his stepdad Barrie perfectly – who was wearing a red monster-style helmet in the exact same shade of red as his kilt. 

To make sure they arrived in true style, Barrie roped in a few more biker pals to join them.

Barrie’s wife Dot – Sy’s mum – said: “We had about 30 motorbikes outside, it was brilliant. The bikers were all so good.”

She added: “When Sy stepped out of the house to see it, all he could manage was ‘wow’ – he was in total shock.”

THE PARTY'S HERE: Lots of Barrie's friends were keen to join in the fun SWNS

THE PARTY'S HERE: Lots of Barrie's friends were keen to join in the fun

While most of his classmates chose to arrive in fancy cars or limousines, Sy’s roaring arrival was more like a scene from hit TV show, Sons of Anarchy.

The convoy of leather-clad hard-men could be seen motoring through the streets of Dundee before dropping Sy off at his school.

The red-headed lad, who had never been on a motorbike before, said the stunt was a hit with his mates.

Sy rocked up on his stepdad's motorbike SWNS

EASY RIDER: Sy rocked up on his stepdad's motorbike

Sy looked seriously smart for his dance SWNS

SMOOTH KID: Sy looked seriously smart for his primary school dance

The Longhaugh Primary School pupil said: “Everyone was really shocked – there were a few people speaking about it in school the next day. But my pals thought it was really cool.”

According to his mum, he’s already planning his next grand entrance for his high school prom.

Sy’s bright idea was economical as well as original – unusual when it comes to prom,

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