Welsh police are to be given powers to taser cyclists who ride more than two abreast on public roads.
The new law comes in effect to tackle the problem of ‘Wiggins Wannabes’, who like to dress up in tight-fitting lycra and get in the way of important motorists.
Head of Police, PC Plod, told WalesOnCraic:
“It’s about time we were given these powers to taser these people. They’re a nuisance to everyone including themselves. I’ve ordered some knuckledusters off eBay especially and I can’t wait to run into my first criminals.”
But cyclists have voiced their dismay at the new laws. Cyclist Timothy Tightarse said:
“This is a free country and we want to cycle more than two abreast on public roads, then that is our right. I am writing to my local MP, whoever the frig he his, and also to my local newspaper. We should be allowed to wear our lycra in public and do whatever we want.”