Police have arrested a woman after TV presenter Jeremy Vine posted footage of him appearing to be abused by a motorist as he cycled through Kensington .
The 22-year-old was arrested on suspicion of common assault and a public order offence and bailed to return to police in the next few days.
The arrest comes after Mr Vine, who presents shows including Eggheads, Crimewatch and Panorama on BBC television, posted a video on his Facebook page which showed him in an altercation with a female driver.
In a statement given to getwestlondon , the Met Police said: “On Friday September 2, officers from Kensington and Chelsea arrested a woman following an incident between a cyclist and a car on Friday August 26.
“The Met’s Digital Contact Centre or “Digital 101” team received a message concerning the incident on the same day, and the footage was assessed.
“The 22-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of common assault and a public order offence. She has been bailed to return to police on a date in early September.”
In the video clip, which has been viewed on Mr Vine’s Facebook page over 500,000 times, the driver of the vehicle can be heard saying: “Why would you do that?” before getting out of the car and demanding “Move your bike”.
She can be then be heard saying: “Get the f*** out of the road” and “You lot p*** me off.”