Redhill cyclist pushed off his bike by car passenger

A Surrey cyclist suffered a fractured shoulder when he was pushed off his bike by a passenger in a car.

The 49-year old victim fell to the ground after the occupant of a passing car, believed to be a Mini, leant out and pushed one of the handlebars of his bike.

The cyclist also suffered cuts and bruises to his leg, arm and hip.

Police said the man was cycling near the law courts in Redhill at about 19:30 BST on 28 September.

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