Police in China issued a warning to a motorcyclist for being unarmed. According to the Qilu Evening Post, when officers stopped the motorcycle in Jimo, Shandong province, for being overloaded, they were shocked to see the driver. When Liu was seven, an electric shock caused both of his arms to be amputated. He is now 27 years old. His parents sent him to a local circus when he was 10 years old to learn skills. He started teaching himself how to ride a motorcycle without using his arms after that. Liu admitted that for ten years he had been driving his customized motorcycle without arms without a license. He claimed that since his circus had closed three years earlier, he and two other crippled circus performers had been performing on the streets. He had no money, so the police opted against fining him, but they did issue him a serious warning. Liu swore he would never ride a motorcycle again. When Richland’s Mark Stutzman opened his bow case and started putting together his compound bow, the other shooters watched with great curiosity. The tools required to assemble Stutzman’s arrows, case, and other supplies are all the everyday stuff. They were drawn to the fact that Stutzman, 28, was moving things with his feet. Matt, who was born without arms and was adopted into a family of seven siblings and sisters, has never allowed his condition to hold him back. He is faster than most individuals at eating, operating stick shifters and stock automobiles, writing legibly, and punching the keys on his phone. When he was 16 years old, he started to seriously pursue archery.