A cyclist has been fined after barging through a level crossing with his bike before narrowly missing a train and shouting at the driver.
George Caraska, 49, climbed over the closed barrier before angrily gesturing at the train when it passed through the junction.
He was waiting at the North Sheen level crossing in Richmond, south west London, on July 29 when he lifted his bike over and squeezed onto the tracks, moments before a train went past.
Caraska, of no fixed abode, failed to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on October 9 but was arrested and sentenced at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court on Tuesday.
He pleaded guilty to one count of disobeying a safety notice or sign and one count of obstructing an engine or carriage using the railway by an unlawful act, wilful omission or neglect.
Caraska was ordered to pay fines and a victim surcharge, totalling £130.