The FBI has contacted a restaurant in Colorado to obtain CCTV footage of a conversation between seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and his ex-teammate on Saturday night. Armstrong and Hamilton bumped into each other at an Aspen restaurant in Aspen just weeks after Hamilton appeared on TV accusing his former colleague of doping and encouraging doping within the team. Hamilton's attorney Chris Manderson said his client had reported the meeting after becoming concerned by Armstrong's comments. He told AP: âIt was aggressive and intimidating and we thought it should be reported to federal investigators." Armstrong and one of his lawyers said the conversation was uneventful. The co-owner of the Cache Cache restaurant confirmed yesterday that the FBI was coming to take their CCTV tapes, although it is not certain that the encounter was captured on video. Federal officials have been investigating doping in cycling for more than a year. Armstrong has been targeted and a Los Angeles-based grand jury is currently hearing evidence could see the cyclist and his former teams face charges of fraud, conspiracy and drug trafficking. Manderson claimed it was well known his client would be in Aspen and that Armstrong had deliberately sought a confrontation with Hamilton. He said: âI don't think it was a coincidence." Armstrong said the meeting was âcertainly awkward for both of usâ and âtruly uneventfulâ, according to Outside Magazine. Armstrong attorney Mark Fabiani said he had a list of witnesses who would confirm the meeting was a non-event.