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‘I hate bullies’: Bicyclist verbally attacked by Chris Cuomo fires back

The Long Island resident blasted as a “jackass loser fat-tire biker” by Chris Cuomo in a radio rant told The Post on Tuesday that the CNN host is nothing but a bully — and has even filed a complaint with cops against him.

“Sometimes he’s scary stupid,” the East Hampton man, who asked to only be identified by his first name, David, said of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s little brother.

Chris Cuomo launched into a tirade on his SiriusXM show Monday night about how he didn’t like what he did for a living anymore — and ranted about a confrontation he had with a bike rider outside his property Easter Sunday, when the coronavirus-infected TV star was hanging out with his family.

David, who had been riding by, started hassling Chris Cuomo about social distancing, and the CNN star later seethed on his radio show that one big downside to money and fame is that he couldn’t tell the guy to “go to hell.”

“I don’t want some jackass, loser, fat tire biker being able to pull over and get in my space and talk bullsh–t to me, I don’t want to hear it,”  Cuomo raged.

“I want to be able to tell you to go to hell, to shut your mouth … I don’t get that doing what I do for a living: me being able to tell you to shut your mouth or I will do you the way you guys do each other.”

David told The Post he was stunned that Cuomo verbally attacked him the way he did.

The 65-year-old longtime resident said he was just out for a bike ride before Easter dinner when he spotted who he thought was Chris Cuomo on property he says the CNN anchor bought in East Hampton last year. The acreage is still being developed; a steel frame for its future house is all that’s up at the moment, David said.

David said Cuomo was with his wife, another woman and three kids who were playing around on the property.

The resident said he stopped and sat on his bike “well over a hundred feet” from the property.

“I just looked and said, ‘Is that Chris Cuomo? Isn’t he supposed to be quarantined?”

Cuomo has been  regularly airing his TV and radio shows from his family’s home in Southampton — although from the basement as he stayed quarantined from them.

The Long Island resident blasted as a “jackass loser fat-tire biker” by Chris Cuomo in a radio rant told The Post on Tuesday that the CNN host is nothing but a bully — and has even filed a complaint with cops against him.

“Sometimes he’s scary stupid,” the East Hampton man, who asked to only be identified by his first name, David, said of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s little brother.

Chris Cuomo launched into a tirade on his SiriusXM show Monday night about how he didn’t like what he did for a living anymore — and ranted about a confrontation he had with a bike rider outside his property Easter Sunday, when the coronavirus-infected TV star was hanging out with his family.

David, who had been riding by, started hassling Chris Cuomo about social distancing, and the CNN star later seethed on his radio show that one big downside to money and fame is that he couldn’t tell the guy to “go to hell.”

“I don’t want some jackass, loser, fat tire biker being able to pull over and get in my space and talk bullsh–t to me, I don’t want to hear it,”  Cuomo raged.

“I want to be able to tell you to go to hell, to shut your mouth … I don’t get that doing what I do for a living: me being able to tell you to shut your mouth or I will do you the way you guys do each other.”

David told The Post he was stunned that Cuomo verbally attacked him the way he did.

The 65-year-old longtime resident said he was just out for a bike ride before Easter dinner when he spotted who he thought was Chris Cuomo on property he says the CNN anchor bought in East Hampton last year. The acreage is still being developed; a steel frame for its future house is all that’s up at the moment, David said.

David said Cuomo was with his wife, another woman and three kids who were playing around on the property.

The resident said he stopped and sat on his bike “well over a hundred feet” from the property.

“I just looked and said, ‘Is that Chris Cuomo? Isn’t he supposed to be quarantined?”

Cuomo has been  regularly airing his TV and radio shows from his family’s home in Southampton — although from the basement as he stayed quarantined from them.

But by Tuesday morning — after The Post and other outlets reported Cuomo’s meltdown, including about his run-in with the bicyclist — the police “had a whole different attitude,” David said.

The man said he asked the investigating officer, “Any chance you saw the report” about Cuomo’s radio rant?

“Yes, we have,” the cop said.

“I think you’ll like what we’ve written,” the officer added, according to David, referring to the police report that was being prepared.

David — who said he is a lifelong Democrat and voted for Andrew Cuomo for governor — added that he doesn’t plan on pressing charges against Chris Cuomo unless “I get any more feeling that this guy’s a threat to me,” adding that he just wanted to get something on the record.