This is a proof that the sum of the measures of opposite angles in any simple cyclic quadrilateral is always $180^\circ$.
Let the polygon with vertices $A$, $B$, $C$ and $D$ be a simple cyclic quadrilateral. Next, construct one of the quadrilateral's diagonals (for explanatory purposes, make it AC). Then the sum of the arcs subtended by angles $B$ and $D$ will be (by definition) equal to the circumference of the circumscribed circle ($360^\circ$). So the sum of angles $B$ and $D$ is $180^\circ$.
I was told that this proof isn't complete; that something is wrong with it. But I don't see what. What is wrong with this proof?