Barish said he was heading to dinner on A1A with his convertible top down on Aug. 13 when he came upon a group of cyclists riding in front of him. They were taking up the entire lane.
He tapped his horn a couple of times to let them know he was passing, Barish said.
Some witnesses, according to a police report, said Barish hit one of the bicycles as he was passing the bike pack.
McDonald told police he never touched Barish and was trying to calm everyone down. He said Barish hit him in the jaw.
Barish, who has a permit to carry a concealed weapon, was carrying a gun that day. ``In another minute or so, I was going to take out my gun and take a couple of them out,'' he said. ``I don't think the whole road belongs to them.''
Well, you can guess who the police arrested and charged with two offences.
Footnote. This Florida story now seems to have been changed...