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Cyclist outsmarts Police Officer who stops him on pavement

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A young police man was left red faced after being outsmarted by a cyclist.

We all love that feeling when a police officer is wrong and you are right, especially when they are about to shout at you for cycling on the path.

Cyclist Silvio Diego was stopped by a london cop as he moved onto a cycle lane which runs across a pavement in central London.

Silvio was stopped cycling as questioned why he was cycling on the pavement, the Silvio simply pointed out he was on a cycle path.

The red faced police officer smiled and immediately said ‘sorry i can’t see the cycle path’.

Silvio was sent on his way with that good feeling of out smarting a police officer.

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