Published On: Sat, Nov 25th, 2017

WATCH: Cyclist ignores traffic lights on busy road – but soon regrets it when THIS happens

In a clip uploaded to Imgur, a motorcyclist can be seen filming the cyclist from a camera on his helmet.

The cyclist rides down a pavement and in front of traffic just as lights turn green.

But he isn’t trying to cross the street, and instead has cut into line and rides on the road in front of the waiting cars.

The person filming is shocked at his obvious flouting of the rules, and shakes his head.

The cars and cyclist turn a corner and ride under a bridge – and the cyclist is struck by justice.

Unfortunately for him, a police car had been in the line of traffic with the other cars and seen the whole incident.

Switching on its blue lights, the police car pulls the cyclist over.

The motorcyclist drives past, filming the cyclist being reprimanded.

The clip has gone viral online, with thousands of views and hundreds of comments.

One commenter wrote: “I’m a cyclist and I hate people like this. They make it worse for those of us who don’t ride like a***s.”

Another said: “Sidewalk when he wants, road when he wants, rules don’t apply to me!”

One noted: “So many cyclists don’t know laws of the road, there needs to be a days course on it to gain a certificate/ license. They don’t pay road tax.”

One said: “Good, they should have to go by the same rules as cars if they use the road.”

And one person was conflicted, and wrote: “As a cyclist I love cycling. As a driver I hate cyclists.”

A helmet camera can catch all sorts of bad behaviour, and one motorcyclist decided to serve justice to people he saw littering while out and about.

He pulls forward on his motorbike and looks down to see the rubbish thrown onto the ground is a box of cigarettes. But rather than put it in the bin, he decides to teach the driver a lesson.

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