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Christchurch man arrested over racially aggravated incident at Waterloo Station

A Christchurch man is among those arrested over a racially aggravated incident at London’s Waterloo Station on Saturday.

The Met and British Transport Police released pictures of four men who reportedly abused protesters at the station after video of the altercation circulated on social media.

Now BTP has confirmed a Christchurch man is among three arrested in connection with the altercation.

A spokesperson said today (Monday): “Three men have been arrested in connection with a racially aggravated altercation which took place at London Waterloo Station on Saturday 11th November.

“The incident occurred at around 5.30pm shortly after a demonstration was dispersed from the station.

“A 57-year old from Surbiton, a 61-year old from West Molesey and a 33-year old from Christchurch are currently in police custody.”

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