Monday, 20 June 2011
the defendant showed 'clear remorse'
A road rage driver who throttled a cyclist in rush-hour traffic was snared by a video camera on the victim's helmet.
Fuming Michael Stewart, 47, jumped out of his black BMW and grabbed the biker - unaware he was being filmed.
Stewart - of Daven Road, Congleton - pleaded guilty to common assault and driving without due care and attention.
Stewart was ordered to pay a £200 fine and £200 court costs. His licence was endorsed with five penalty points.
He was also given a six-week community order with a four-week evening curfew.