- The Washington Times - Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Members of the biker group Hells Angels took to one Wal-Mart store in Fresno, California, on Black Friday to buy out the entire stock of bicycles for a charity drive for needy children.

The members were then going to donate the bikes to the Poverello House, a Fresno-area nonprofit dedicated to helping the homeless and needy, The Blaze reported.

Wal-Mart couldn’t have been happier.

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The Blaze showed photos of the store manager on hand as the Hells Angels assembled the bikes outside the store, helping to load the stacks of boxes and bicycles.

“Very happy to work with the Hells Angels and their organization donating bikes to the Poverello House,” the store manager said, the Fresno Bee reported.

A Reddit post said the Hells Angels actually camped outside the Wal-Mart for days to take advantage of the Black Friday bike deals. One member told the Fresno Bee that the purchase was actually part of the Hells Angels‘ 16th yearly toy charity drive.

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