An undercover police officer in Florida pulls over a cyclist for riding in the middle of the road, something that is not illegal in the state of Florida nor the rest of the 50 states.
The officer proceeds to say that he "doesn't care if it's safe or not". I understand the officer just wants to deal with the complaint, and doesn't want to have to keep telling the cyclist to get out of the middle of the road. That doesn't change the fact the officer either doesn't know the law or doesn't like it.
Florida law states that cyclist must travel on the far right of the road UNLESS the lane is too narrow to allow two vehicles to operate. This minimum width is 14feet wide.