Paul Stanley, the co-founder and rhythm guitarist of KISS, has opened up about his recent bike accident on Twitter and reminded his fans to always read and follow the directions in order to avoid facing the same situation as his.
The iconic member of KISS, who has been highly active on social media, displaying his healthy lifestyle and raising awareness about the global pandemic of COVID-19, has recently shown up with quite unexpected news.
Stanley, who has perfect self-discipline when it comes to exercising daily, has posted a photo of his bike, pretty damaged as Paul didn’t follow the directions. In the caption of the picture, Stanley said that this is just a little of what happens when your bike drops off your bike rack and gets dragged behind your car.
The musician admitted that he finally acknowledged why the instructions, which seemed like verbosity to most of us, said what not to do. The fans of Stanley has appeared in the comments to say they’re really sorry about the issue and indicate the fact that it’s time for a new bike seat.
Here’s what Paul Stanley said in his latest tweet:
“Always read and follow directions!!! This is just a little of what happens when your bike drops off your bike rack and gets dragged behind your car. Now I know why the instructions said what not to do.”
You can see the tweet below.
ALWAYS READ AND FOLLOW DIRECTIONS!!! This is just a LITTLE of what happens when your bike drops off your bike rack and gets dragged behind your car. Now I know why the instructions said what NOT to do. pic.twitter.com/CAnUiVrcC3
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) November 25, 2020