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Cyclist: ‘Nice boobs you’ve got’

Man wearing terrible bike pants taunts woman on the street.
Man wearing terrible bike pants taunts woman on the street.

A WOMAN who encountered the strangest harassment on the street by an unsavoury man wearing pink bike pants has used the power of her husband's Facebook page to warn others in the neighbourhood.

The woman was filming on North Road in Kallangur, north of Brisbane, when a man is seen to her left.

"Nice set of boobs you've got," the man says ever so casually, perched atop his bicycle wearing sunglasses and thongs along.

The man and the awful pants.
The man and the awful pants.

"Sorry?" the woman replies.

"Nice set of boobs you got," he says, without wavering.

"Is that right?" she replied, "I just videoed you saying that."

Stunningly, instead of apologising, he asks how she is and whether her husband lives "on the corner".

Wrong.
Wrong.

Stunned, the woman repeats that she has filmed the encounter and calls him a "d**khead".

Finally, he seems to get the message.

"Oh, sorry". He looks deflated.

The woman says she is going to take the footage to the police before calling him a "kn**head".

Her husband posted it to his community Facebook page on Monday night asking more people who have had encounters with the man to come forward.

- Know more? youngma@news.com.au

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