Amidst the internet-propelled imagery of jerks “rolling coal,” vile cup holder commentary and attempted vehicular manslaughter aimed at cyclists that have been making the rounds lately, we’ve found a ray of hope in the Chicago suburb of Skokie, Ill.
A cyclist named Kevin Selagea was riding his bike when a motorist began to tailgate him despite what appears to be an open lane in which to pass and very light traffic. Selagea then passes a police car and moments later hears the officer’s horn signaling a pull-over. The officer, however, wasn’t pulling Salega over, but rather the offending tailgater.
The video ends with the officer asking for the driver’s license and proof of insurance as the officer says to Selagea “I want you to know I care about you.”
If you have anything to say to the Skokie Police Department about the incident, here is the link to their Facebook Page.