Police have arrested a man suspected to be the jogger who appeared to push a woman in front of a London bus.
A video released by London Police shows a man in a light gray t-shirt and blue athletic shorts running on the sidewalk along Putney Bridge, which crosses the River Thames in Southwest London.
According to a report in The Guardian, Eric Bellquist was arrested earlier this week before being released on bail. Now, a partner at a high-profile U.K private equity firm has been associated with the incident.
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Mr Bellquist, a top boss at the Wagamama and Byron restaurant chains, says he has "irrefutable proof" he was in the USA at the time of the incident, which took place at 7.40am on May 5. "Consequently we expect a swift resolution to this wholly untrue allegation", Duncan Lewis Solicitors said in a statement.
Metropolitan Police officers say that the 33-year-old woman in the video sustained "minor injuries" after the attack, which occurred around 7.40am on May 5.
Mr Bellquist, who lives in Chelsea, west London, joined Hutton Collins in 2002.
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The jogger came back across the bridge 15 minutes later and refused to acknowledge the victim when she confronted him. It says he now represents Hutton Collins for the restaurant chains Byron Hamburgers and Wagamama, and had helmed the firm's investment in Caffè Nero.
A senior source from the bus company Go Ahead London said it was only down to the slow speed of the vehicle that the accident did not result in serious injury.
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