THIS is the moment a six-year-old was knocked off her bicycle as she tried to ride past a couple who ranted “so f***ing what” before kicking her bike.
The youngster was riding on the Blackwell Trail in Derbyshire when she rang her bell in an attempt to pass the man and woman.
But footage shows her wobbling as they refuse to part – causing her to fall off as she tries to squeeze through in “panic”.
A man filming then says “I said ‘excuse me’ several times” as the schoolgirl lies crying on the ground.
The couple and the man then begin rowing as he tries reasoning she is only six years old while the youngster wails “daddy”.
As the man and woman begin walking away, he can be seen kicking the bike in the footage shared on social media yesterday.
The girl’s mum Michelle Prost has now slammed the couple and claimed her daughter has been left “traumatised”.
She said: “So this couple purposely ignore my 6 year old daughter ringing her bell and saying excuse me.
“She starts screaming and wobbling in panic.
“The man turns and looks at my daughter, then the couple look at each other but continue to ignore her on purpose. She then rides into them in panic.
“She is new to going on bike rides, this has really upset her. The man gets verbally abusive and says ‘so f***ing what?’.
“What an awful man. My daughter is traumatised. They clearly have an issue with cyclists and were making a point of not moving.”
She later revealed her daughter is still “shaken up” by the incident but is “feeling better”.
The video has now been viewed more than 934,000 times by social media users.
Emma Marratty wrote: “What an absolute p****! Poor kid, hope she’s okay.”
Leander Haestier added: “That is absolutely terrible! Hope she is okay.”
And Poppy Bruce-Havers said: “ Please report this to the police, hope you guys are okay.”