Watch woman fall off her bike after cycling home from nightclub as hilarious moment caught on Ring doorbell | The Sun

HILARIOUS footage, captured by a video doorbell, shows a woman falling off her bike in front of her door after a night out in South London.

Leoni Williamson, 20, from Clapham thankfully injured nothing but her pride.

She was left red faced by the mishap after cycling to her home in Clapham.

Leoni, along with a friend, had been out clubbing before returning home.

The pair decided to make the most of one of the bicycle renting schemes that have popped up everywhere in the capital in the past few years.

Leoni managed to cycle back home without incident… until she reached the threshold.


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When she arrived at her front door, she crowed "I'm home" before turning to look at her friend.

As she did so, her balance failed her and she toppled off her now stationery bike, tumbling off in cartoonish fashion.

No injuries were sustained, except to the potted plant that Leoni took with her as she toppled, but her pride was hurt by the fact that her video doorbell caught the whole palaver on camera.

In the video, her unnamed friend can be seen having a good laugh as her travel buddy ended up with her feet in the air after taking a dive.

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Even Leoni herself can see the funny side.

"My friend and I laughed a lot," she said.

The young woman's family have also seen, and enjoyed, the video.

"My family found it very funny, they laughed too," she added. “Everyone says they can’t stop watching it and it gets funnier each time."

A similar video was released earlier this month showing a woman flying off an e-scooter, this time at high speed, while riding it on a public road.

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While Lydia's story is one of harmless fun, Brits should be warned that the Road Traffic Act of 1998 bans cycling while drunk or influenced by drugs.

Those caught cycling under the influence risk being slapped with a fine of up to £1,000.

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