VIDEO: Cyclist caught on camera in comical crash

By Michael Upton | 05/12/2017

VIDEO: Cyclist caught on camera in comical crash
The moment a cyclist crashed into a Wath couple's car - before walking away apparently unhurt.

A CYCLIST was caught on camera crashing into the back of a parked car, before picking himself up, checking his handlebars and walking away apparently unharmed.

Wath couple Craig and Amanda Aitcheson couldn’t believe what they were seeing when they watched footage from their CCTV camera after finding their Mitsubish Shogun badly damaged on Sunday morning.

Amanda, of Sandymount Road, said of the comical clip: “We’ll probably not find out who it was but it made our day when we looked at the tape.”


Amanda said Craig had got out of bed after hearing a noise at 10.30pm on Saturday and seen the man on the pavement adjusting his bike’s handlebars.

“He didn’t think anything of it until the morning after, when we saw how badly the car was damaged,” she said.

“The light is smashed, the bumper is cracked and there’s a little strip light he’s broken, too.

“It’s probably going to amount to about £500 and it’s just another cost we could live without.

“You would have thought he would have knocked on the door or come back the next day —when he’d come round a bit.”

Amanda said she did not think there was any point in contacting the police about the incident but wanted to share her video to “name and shame” the culprit and possibly gather information about him.

The fact you are here means you are interested in what goes on in your town.

We want to continue holding local authorities to account, attending court and council meetings, as well as providing breaking news, competitions and offers – but it costs money. Online advertising does not cover costs, therefore we feel the need to ask for your help in ensuring we can provide the best possible coverage, online and in our printed products.
For as little as £1, you can support the Rotherham Advertiser – and it only takes a minute.
Click here to support local news.

Spotted something we should know about?

Call our Newsdesk on 01709 768146
Or email
Message us on Facebook