Arnold Schwarzenegger Stopped By Police In Germany For Bike Riding
Arnold Schwarzenegger was stopped by police in Germany on Friday for riding his bike through a train station. He was ultimately let off with a warning.
The incident went down at Munich’s main station, where a cop spotted Schwarzenegger and his bodyguard both riding bikes across the platforms. Bike riding is not permitted in the area for safety reasons. The former California governor was apparently unaware of the rule, but reportedly told the officer that he opted to ride the bike because he was having difficulty walking.
Schwarzenegger was only detained a short time, and ended up having a friendly conversation with the police official. In fact, the two even posed together for a selfie. In the photo, both men are grinning widely. Afterward, the Terminator star was instructed to walk his bike as he exited the facility, and he complied.
Schwarzengger has been in Germany for a few days now. On Tuesday, he participated in Oktoberfest events, joined by girlfriend Heather Milligan. Prior to that, the star was in Spain for the 2016 Arnold Classic Europe, a body-building competition inspired by Schwarzenegger himself and hosted by Arnold Sports. He presumably did not have any unexpected police run-ins there.