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Cyclist headbutts pedestrian who told him off for jumping red light

Police are searching a bike owner who headbutted a City employee to the bottom after a near-miss on a pedestrian crossing.

The bike owner ran a red light in Farringdon Street within the City of London at round 1.45pm on August 22, narrowly avoiding hitting the pedestrian who was crossing the street.

He then acquired off his bike, got here again in the direction of the businessman and headbutted him within the face, calmly biking away as his sufferer lay sprawled on the pavement.

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The sufferer, 57, wanted stitches to a wound above his eye, and suffered ligament harm to his arm.

Pc Fisk, from the City of London Police, mentioned: ‘We are asking the general public to assist us establish this bike owner, whose needlessly violent actions has left a member of the general public with some nasty accidents.

Cyclist headbutts pedestrian who told him off for jumping red light
The bike owner narrowly averted the pedestrian after skipping a red light in central London (Picture: City of London Police)
Cyclist headbutts pedestrian who told him off for jumping red light
The pedestrian remonstrated with the bike owner who went again and headbutted him (Picture: City of London Police)
Cyclist headbutts pedestrian who told him off for jumping red light
The pedestrian was despatched flying to the bottom and wanted hospital therapy (Picture: City of London Police)

‘If anybody has any details about the person who carried out this assault, please contact us.

‘He is described as a white man in his 40s, around 5ft 10ins, of medium build, with short greying hair.’

Anyone with info can name the City of London Police.

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