Police were forced to intervene in the naked cycling event in Canterbury - after reports one of the riders got 'overexcited'.
The 'aroused' cyclist was pulled aside and put his jeans back on before being spoken to by officers.
Superintendant Ron 'Clunge' Nudger told us, "Participants are permitted to cycle naked but must adhere to strict rules. That includes not wheeling a boner in front of them. The cyclist at first told us that his crossbar had bent itself upwards, but on closer inspection he was seen to be riding a women's bicycle."
St. John's Ambulance staff in attendance also reported what they termed 'Sphincter Emergencies', where "those pointy racing saddles ended up violating several riders' hoops".
Organisers also received complaints about one man who turned up naked without a bike. His explanation was that he was attending as his partner's 'Bike Rack'.