‘American Chopper’ Star Paul Teutul Jr. Slings Hot Dogs with Betty White Cut-Out in New Photo

by Matthew Memrick

“American Chopper” star Paul Teutul Jr. and celebrity comedy legend Betty White posed for a recent photo at a Pennsylvania car show.

Just kidding.

The Paul Jr. Designs owner, motorcycle designer, and TV celebrity posed with a Betty White photo cutout in front of Pottstown’s Very Best Weiner Shop. 

Interestingly enough, the restaurant’s facade boasts its 1921 beginnings. White was born in 1922.

Red Horse Motor Club sponsored its Pottstown Night Car Show, and Teutul Jr. took a three-hour drive from New York to be the special September guest of the show.

‘American Chopper’ Star A Guest

While at the show, Teutul Jr. posted with fans and the American Flag

A local fire truck hung an oversized American Flag, and many, including Teutul Jr., had to capture the moment. Soon, fans came over to take their photo with the TV star.

Junior was the featured guest for September at the Pottstown Night Car Show. Days before the event, he told folks he was coming to the event.

‘American Chopper’ Dad Pranked

On Sunday, Paul Teutul Sr. took part in a gag that made many miss the old “American Chopper” show. 

Senior and Junior often banter back and forth while coming together on some impressive or awesome-looking motorcycle build.

The Teutul family, bike builds, and family interaction was the star of the former Discovery Channel show. Unfortunately, executives canceled the show in 2019.

Since then, Senior has kept up with video postings on Instagram. On Sunday, someone caught him attempting to shoot a small toy cap pistol in his OCC office.

As a surprise, when Teutul Sr. pulled the trigger, he recoiled in temporary pain as the toy gun shocked him. Laughter rang out around him as he shook his hand vigorously to take the sting out.

In another throwback to the show, Mikey Teutul appeared with his dad over the weekend. The two posed for an Instagram photo which Dad captioned it, “Twins everybody loves Mikey.”

The men wore “Oscar Mike” T-shirts to show off their love for the company. The T-shirt line markets to bikers and enthusiasts with American Made Apparel. At the same time, the Oscar Mike Foundation works to help injured veterans. 

Star Helps Son Get To Bus

Teutul Jr. walked with his son, Hudson, to the bus this past week on Hudson’s first day of first grade.

The glorious day had arrived, and the “American Chopper” star shared the proud Instagram photo to the joy of his fans. Dad made sure to mug for the shot while his son was more concerned about not tripping to get to the bus.

Dad also teased that he would be following the bus with his wife, Rachel. He used #crazyparents in his caption.

Over 10,000 fans loved the post.