- Media mogul Al Roker called out a bike thief on Twitter Tuesday afternoon
- The 63-year-old said someone took his specialized bike while he was at work
- Roker later followed up on Twitter to apologize, admitting the issue was trivial
- The Today Show co-anchor began another hosting job for Sirius XM Radio
- The millionaire was spotted in recent months riding the bike around Manhattan
By Jessa Schroeder For Dailymail.com
Published: 18:06 EDT, 5 June 2018 | Updated: 23:18 EDT, 5 June 2018
Al Roker attends the Time 100 Gala at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center on April 24, 2018 in New York City
Media millionaire Al Roker took to Twitter Tuesday afternoon to moan about his stolen bike.
It seems the NBC News anchor, 63, had been busy working his new gig for SiriusXM Radio before he departed the New York City building and found his specialized bike nowhere in sight.
Roker wrote to social media shortly after noon: 'To the person who stole my red @iamspecialized #bike from in front of @SIRIUSXM I hope you really needed it.'
Roughly an hour later, a regretful Roker followed up with an apology about the rant, admitting the issue was trivial.
'Thanks, but no bad thoughts about the person who stole my bike. I was venting. A lot of people are going thru far worse things,' Roker said.
'Let’s all move on. Sorry I bothered anyone with this. It’s why you should walk away for a few Before hitting "send."'
Roker, 63, took to his Twitter page on Tuesday to moan about a person who stole his bike in Manhattan
The media millionaire later apologized and admitted the bike issue was trivial
Roker is seen walking with is bike on October 10, 2017 in New York City
Roker rides his bike through Central Park on September 09, 2016 in New York
The Today Show co-anchor began the new hosting job at the broadcasting company last week, along with colleagues Dylan Dreyer and Sheinelle Jones.
Jones and Dreyer spoke about the exciting news during a Today segment on May 26.
'It'll probably go off the rails whatever we had planned... we are genuinely (giggly) excited,' Sheinelle Jones said during the announcement.
The show, called 'Off The Rails,' will air every Tuesday at 1:00pm on SiriusXM Radio.
Roker is seen hosting The Today Show on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. He recently started a new gig on SiriusXM Radio
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