Boris Johnson took the opportunity to kill two birds with one stone today when he unveiled a plaque to victim of 'police mismanagement', Ian Tomlinson, and launched a wheelchair version of his bicycle hire scheme for London, inspired by the Paralympics.
Unveiling the plaque, Mr Johnson said that the G20 incident was another example of 'a PC gone mad'.
'Get on the wrong side of the Rozzers and you'll jolly well need one of these,' he said, leaping into one of the Barclay's sponsored mobility initiative wheelchairs.
'The streets of London are now opened up to every Mr and Mrs Davros. They'll be able to crawl out of their bubble cars and Robin Reliants, straight into the comfort of a Bozza Buggy.'
'It's one small step for the disabled, one giant wheelie for the total spazzos,' said Johnson, adding, 'Cripes. Did I say that out loud?'