Exclusive: The male driver of the vehicle recorded the horror incident - which left the cyclist with non-life threatening injuries - while laughing.
Shocking moment cyclist deliberately knocked off bike by laughing motorist in Dundalk

Shocking moment cyclist deliberately knocked off bike by laughing motorist in Dundalk

Shocking moment cyclist deliberately knocked off bike by laughing motorist in Dundalk

Shocking moment cyclist deliberately knocked off bike by laughing motorist in Dundalk

Shocking moment cyclist deliberately knocked off bike by laughing motorist in Dundalk

Shocking moment cyclist deliberately knocked off bike by laughing motorist in Dundalk
Shocking moment cyclist deliberately knocked off bike by laughing motorist in Dundalk
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This is the shocking moment a cyclist was deliberately knocked off his bicycle by a motorist in Dundalk, Co Louth over the weekend.

The male was cycling his bicycle on the Castletown Road at around 3pm on Sunday, November 27 when a male driving a car deliberately hit him.

The male driver of the vehicle recorded the horror incident - which left the cyclist with non-life threatening injuries - while laughing.

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In the short 12 second video, the male motorist is heard saying “See him on the bike, look”. A loud thud is heard as the male drives his car into the cyclist and sniggers saying ‘LOL, LOL.’

Gardai have confirmed they are investigating the incident.

A driver appears to deliberately hit a cyclist in a video posted on social media
A driver appears to deliberately hit a cyclist in a video posted on social media

In a statement to this paper, An Garda Siochana confirmed they are investigating a road traffic collision involving a car and a bicycle that occurred at approximately 3pm on Sunday on the Castletown Road in Dundalk, Co Louth.

“The cyclist was taken to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda for treatment of non-life threatening injuries,” the statement continued.

“Enquiries are ongoing.”

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Shocking moment cyclist deliberately knocked off bike by laughing motorist in Dundalk