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zeitghost
13th February 2015, 08:13
Cycling on the wrong side of the road in the dark, no lights, dressed in black, approaching a blind bend.

Sadly the clown did not get splatted.

I woz disappointed.

RetSet
15th February 2015, 21:15
You mean you missed him?

Dozy arse! :eek

MarillionFan
15th February 2015, 21:30
Cycling on the wrong side of the road in the dark, no lights, dressed in black, approaching a blind bend.

Sadly the clown did not get splatted.

I woz disappointed.

Was it Suity? His mass is so large he bends light towards him like a black hole. You were lucky not to be sucked in.

Doggy Styles
15th February 2015, 21:35
Was it threaded?

Troll
15th February 2015, 22:27
Cycling on the wrong side of the road in the dark, no lights, dressed in black, approaching a blind bend.

Sadly the clown did not get splatted.

I woz disappointed.Scary... my daughter knocked one down in similar circumstances on Friday night - middle aged guy had been drinking and was returning from a take away with booze and food hung over handlebars

He banged his head which meant someone called an ambulance, which meant plod attended :mad:

I would have gone over him a few times just to make sure - about time these fookers had insurance

mudskipper
15th February 2015, 22:36
Scary... my daughter knocked one down in similar circumstances on Friday night - middle aged guy had been drinking and was returning from a take away with booze and food hung over handlebars

He banged his head which meant someone called an ambulance, which meant plod attended :mad:

I would have gone over him a few times just to make sure - about time these fookers had insurance

Must be very upsetting for her. Hope she (and he) is OK.

Troll
15th February 2015, 22:40
Must be very upsetting for her. Hope she (and he) is OK.
When I got there she was sat in plods car sobbing her eyes out - not sure how that helped at all ...wimmin eh

mudskipper
15th February 2015, 22:43
When I got there she was sat in plods car sobbing her eyes out - not sure how that helped at all ...wimmin eh

As long as her sobbing wasn't "I'm sorry, it was all my fault!" :laugh

BrilloPad
16th February 2015, 08:20
Those of us who cycle properly hate these idiots immensely. Gives idiot car drivers an excuse to run us all down.

Next time Zeity, please do the decent thing and splatt him.

vetran
16th February 2015, 09:54
I shall mention again the clown who got himself offed in Gorseinon some years ago, cycling the wrong way up a one way street in the dark, wearing black clothes, on a bike without any lights.

And the almighty plod decided it was a Good Idea to attempt to prosecute the unfortunate driver.

Who got found not guilty.

you do wonder why Plod do stupid things like that you would of thought recommending stupid prosecutions would be a CLM.

SueEllen
16th February 2015, 10:39
you do wonder why Plod do stupid things like that you would of thought recommending stupid prosecutions would be a CLM.

They do it randomly to prove to cyclists who moan about drivers who don't get prosecuted for running down the idiots amongs them, that there is no point prosecuting those cyclists amongst them who believe in wearing dark colours and having no lights at night.

In parts of inner cities cyclists like this are teenage drug dealers.

vetran
16th February 2015, 10:43
They do it randomly to prove to cyclists who moan about drivers who don't get prosecuted for running down the idiots amongs them, that there is no point prosecuting those cyclists amongst them who believe in wearing dark colours and having no lights at night.

In parts of inner cities cyclists like this are teenage drug dealers.

I would prefer if they impounded the bikes of such idiots and made them walk home.

SueEllen
16th February 2015, 11:30
I would prefer if they impounded the bikes of such idiots and made them walk home.

Unfortunately there aren't enough police around to enforce it. So until someone actually flattens them or if the are lucky they have a near miss, their behaviour won't change.

For the life of me I don't understand why if you get on a bike you think that wearing all Black in the UK is appropriate regardless of the weather and time of day.

I guess if the government still put out those safety adverts people would be more aware that if a driver can't see you, then you are more likely to be run down.