Cyclist arrested George Floyd records aggressive teenager on poster

A 60-year-old man was arrested Friday in connection with a viral video of a steaming maniac, spandex-club cyclist, assaulting a teenager while posting George Floyd flyers.

Anthony Brennan III of Kensington, Maryland, was driving the trail just outside Washington, DC, just before 5 p.m. Allegedly when he was on Monday The camera was captured The teenager with one hand forcibly grabbed the force and tore the flyer away from him with the other.

“Leave him alone!” Another woman shouted at the man in the video.

Brennan complained, “F-K you,” before grabbing his clumsy bicycle shoe at the photographer.

The Montgomery County Division of Park Police said Brennan then pushed his bicycle toward the man.

Brennan was charged with assaulting three teenagers: the video he was taking, the woman who was posting the flyer, and the other woman shouting at him.

The trio, aged 1 to 19, called for community action in the wake of George Floyd’s death.

“Killer cops don’t get free,” the flyers read, According to the WJLA.

Three counts of second-degree assault on Brennan were made after residents sent hundreds of tips to the department, police said.

Caps first contacted Brennan and his legal counsel before Friday and they agreed to allow police to search his home.

Montgomery County State Attorney John McCarthy told the Washington Post that investigators found the bike to be “compatible” with the clothing worn on camera as well as the tape.

He voluntarily removed himself after Friday after serving Bennan with a police arrest warrant, police said.

“Maryland-National Capital Park Police appreciate the courage and civic engagement of the victims who have come forward in this regard,” the department said in a statement.

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