President Obama speaks at a news conference during the first day of the G7 summit in Ise Shima, Japan, May 26, 2016.
President Obama speaks at a news conference during the first day of the G7 summit in Ise Shima, Japan, May 26, 2016. Jim Watson—AFP/Getty Images

Here's What Happens When You Try to Cut Off President Obama's Motorcade on a Bicycle

Jun 10, 2016

A New York City bicyclist learned his lesson Thursday after he tried to ride a bicycle in front of President Barack Obama's motorcade.

Video posted by Instagram user mattpeco shows a man on a Citibike bicycle attempting to ride through an intersection that police had blocked off, when a cop grabs him and forces him to the ground.

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Another cop in a helmet roughly secures the man—identified as Daniel Provencio, 59, by the New York Daily News—to the ground until a Secret Service agent walks over.

President Obama's motorcade rolls past shortly after, to applause.

Police say Provencio was issued a summons for disorderly conduct, according to the Daily News.

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