By Nigel Wynn
Europcar rider Kevin Reza deftly scooped up a dropped spectator's camera whilst riding in the Tour de France, and shot a film of himself.
The camera was knocked out of the fan's hand whilst he was watching the stage, and Reza reached down and picked it up. The resulting footage shows Reza filming himself and team-mates, before passing the camera to the team car.
The story doesn't end there, though, as the camera was returned to its rightful owner after his girlfriend got in touch with the Europcar team - with the footage still in the camera's memory.
Britain's other medal factory: VC Londres
With Fred Wright called up by Bahrain-Victorious for his debut Tour de France, James Shrubsall heads down to the south London club to find out the secrets to its success
By James Shrubsall •
Nic Dlamini fulfills childhood dream as the first Black South African to ride the Tour de France
The 25-year-old says it feels surreal 'to come from a small township and then to go to the Tour de France'
By Jonny Long •
Lilian Calmejane: ‘I started cycling admiring Thomas Voeckler and now I get to share this moment with him’
LIlian Calmejane's victory on stage eight of the Tour de France would have made his former boyhood hero and current Direct Energie team-mate proud.
By Henry Robertshaw •
Lilian Calmejane takes breakaway victory on fast and hectic Tour de France stage eight
Chris Froome retained his overall lead as Lillian Calmejane wins on the first day in the mountains at the Tour de France
By Richard Windsor •
Bryan Coquard omitted from Direct Energie Tour de France squad after contract snub
The French sprinter has come closest to a stage win at the Tour for Direct Energie, but won't go to the 2017 edition after rejecting a new contract with the team
By Richard Windsor •
Bartosz Huzarski's legs cause social media stir
By Jack Elton-Walters •
Team Sky will regroup after disappointing Tour de France
Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford says Sky will come back stronger after a torrid Tour de France that saw the squad leave empty-handed
By Nigel Wynn •
Geraint Thomas: I'm having a decent night
Welshman Geraint Thomas finishes Tour de France before racing to Commonwealth Games
By Sophie Smith •
Vincenzo Nibali wins 2014 Tour de France; Marcel Kittel takes final stage
Marcel Kittel takes his fourth stage win as Vincenzo Nibali seals overall victory in Paris
By Sophie Hurcom •
Vincenzo Nibali secures 2014 Tour de France title after time trial
With just the final stage to Paris left, Vincenzo Nibali has all but sewn up the 2014 Tour de France win
By Gregor Brown •