A moment when a fleeing rider is tackled by the motorcycle police after chasing through Birmingham 100 miles an hour
- Nicholas Caddy, 25, was chased by the police during a car chase in Birmingham
- He was attacked by rugby officers after crashing a VW Golf R and running away
- Caddy from Minworth near Sutton Coldfield was detained on Friday for 12 months
- The West Midlands Police has since released a video of the April 13 chase
A fast-moving driver was attacked by rugby police officers when he tried to flee on foot after a chase at 100 mph.
25-year-old Nicholas Caddy was chased through the streets of Aston in Birmingham on April 13 by motorcycle police.
The breathtaking footage shows Caddy weaving a white VW Golf R through the city streets and reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour.
25-year-old Nicholas Caddy (center) was chased by police officers on motorbikes on a chase through Birmingham on April 13
Police dashcam footage shows Caddy weaving a white VW Golf R through the streets before being attacked by a policeman (above) in rugby.
Caddy overtakes a van on a curve and turns to avoid stationary traffic after police officers tried to get it to stop.
He races through a red light and reaches 90 miles an hour before losing control and bumping into railings in front of a child's room.
Caddy, wearing a t-shirt and shorts, tries to flee on foot, but a police officer catches up with him on his motorcycle.
The officer stops his motorcycle, jumps off, and grabs Caddy’s foot to trip him.
The fleeing driver is pulled to the ground and arrested by an officer who shouts: "Give us your hands! Give us your hands & # 39;
When later questioned by the police, Caddy said he had taken a friend who had left a bag of cannabis in his car and panicked when he saw the police.
Caddy (above) lost control of the car and crashed into railings outside a child's room before being arrested by police officers
Nicholas Caddy (above) admitted dangerous driving and was jailed for 12 months on Friday. He also received a 42-month driving ban
Caddy was on the high-speed hunt at an average speed of 100 km / h.
The West Midlands Police released footage of the chase after Caddy from Minworth near Sutton Coldfield was imprisoned for 12 months on Friday.
PC Steve Lovering, one of the two police motorcyclists who chased Caddy, said: “It was horrific to drive through the streets of Birmingham at really high speeds.
"We found that the chase covered 1.6 miles and lasted 90 seconds, which means an average speed of 64 miles an hour."
Caddy admitted dangerous driving and was banned from driving for 42 months.
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