Police say a 23-year-old man drove a stolen dirt bike through the aisles of a local Price Chopper.

Police are asking shoppers who may have been in the store at the time of the bizarre incident to come forward.

The alleged incident happened back on September 1 but it wasn’t until Monday that police were able to track him down and make an arrest.

“Nobody died. Nobody got hurt,” Traitin Knight, of Schenectady, said.

Knight was released on bail at his mother’s expense to the tune of $2,500.

“No, I’m going to make him a cup of coffee.”

She didn’t want to show her face on camera but says all she knew was that it was a challenge on social media that had gone viral but didn’t think he would actually do it.

“If you go on his YouTube it’s all pranks jokes you know this one was a little bit too much,” Traitin’s mother said. “If I was in there and I seen someone do that I would have been scared.”

NEWS10 ABC chose not to show the video but Sergeant Matt Dearing says Knight recorded the entire thing himself, speeding through the front doors, narrowly missing a handful of people, weaving through the aisles, and pulling a wheelie.

“The video was posted online on several different sites documenting exactly what took place.” Sgt. Dearing said.

Knight’s mother says she’s not a fan of the dirt bikes and that Traitin was just hit by a car while riding around on Saturday.

“So hopefully he’ll learn from this no more pranks like this no more stunts like this.”

He’s now facing charges of reckless endangerment and possession of stolen property.

When asked how he felt about the whole ordeal, Traitin said this:

“Subscribe to my YouTube channel and make sure you like my videos and yeah that’s it.”

If you were shopping at the Eastern Avenue Price Chopper around 9:30 p.m. Saturday, September 1 and witnessed the incident, give police a call.

“Just because the individual has been charged doesn’t mean we’ve stopped investigating it.”