The spectator who held a sign causing a massive crash on the opening day of the Tour de France has been arrested and placed in police custody...
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Following Saturday's incident, race organizers pressured French police to launch a search for the woman, who has since been identified and found and is now being held in Landerneau.

The suspect is accused of involuntarily causing injury and is facing a fine of 1,500 euros, provided that the injuries suffered by the cyclists do not cause more than three months of inability.

Filed Under: General Sports
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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I don't get the arrest. A civil suit brought against her okay. But arrest for an accident and the fact that she was allowed to be where she was. I just don't understand arresting her.
Reply3 months
Morgan and Morgan going to France now.
Reply3 months
A professional bike rider can’t ride a bike without running into someone ? Wtf. It’s not like she just jumped out in front of him.
Reply3 months
Did you not watch the video? There's no room to maneuver in the peleton. You're inches away from other riders going 30+ MPH. He had nowhere to go.
3 months
Soccer Board
Reply3 months
LOL
3 months
Getting off really easy tbh. She Should get publicly executed for this selfish and dangerous act. People who do shite like this can’t be saved. Danger to society if she’s allowed to carry on in life and make her own decisions.
Reply3 months
frick off pussy
3 months
Some wanna be youtube star is going to see that small fine of 1,500 euros and get some ideas.
Reply3 months
I've never understood why that isn't policed better...or have better barricades
Reply3 months
Because the first stage is about 120 miles and the entire tour about 2000 miles. This isn't a track; it's a road race. That's an awful lot of resources.
3 months
$1,777.43 for all of that? Wait until the cyclist makes that one call, that’s all.
Reply3 months
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