Rebel Wilson injured in bike accident involving unleashed dog

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Rebel Wilson has a bone to pick with reckless dog owners.

The “Pitch Perfect” star, 41, injured her leg in a bike crash in London, which she says was caused by a canine that was let off its leash and running wild.

“F–k people who don’t have their dogs on the lead and let them run onto the road!!” the Aussie star said in an Instagram Story Monday.

Wilson also shared a photo of her legs raised on a table, with her left foot and shin covered in ice packs.

Wilson also posted a clip of her happily peddling before the dog vs. bike wreck, according to People.

“But 20 minutes earlier before the accident I was cycling great!!” she wrote on social media.

As of Wednesday, Wilson has not provided an additional update.

Last week, however, Wilson posted a video of herself cycling through a ballroom.

“Let’s just call this “Ballroom Bicycling” 😝#quarantinelife #brompton (practicing for something work related),” she captioned the Instagram clip.

Wilson has been focusing on herself following her February breakup with boyfriend Jacob Busch.

In February, Wilson — who recently lost more than 60 pounds — told “Extra” that work has kept her busy.

“Any kind of breakup is hard and not idea… I feel like, I don’t know if it’s turning 40 or coming into your own… I feel in a really good place,” Wilson said at the time.

“I am so busy with work, doing [my new show] ‘Pooch Perfect’ now, and I have three movies to shoot after this,” she added.

Wilson and Busch, an heir to Anheuser-Busch, made their red-carpet debut in September. They reportedly met through a friend in 2019, according to People.

Reps for Wilson did not immediately return our request for comment.

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