thousands of travelers had Friday violent rejseproblemer in the English capital, London, after togoperatøren Eurostar chose to set all driving to and from the station St. Pancras.
the Chaos was due to a 44-year-old man had had the good idea to spend the night on the roof of the station building draped in the English flag. The man ended up being arrested by the police on Saturday morning.
It writes CNN.
- A 44-year-old man has been arrested for trespassing and disrupting the train traffic, when he stayed overnight on the roof of St. Pancras Railway Station, was the official announcement Saturday morning from the british police.
the Police had already Friday evening and got a notification about a man who found himself on the roof in 'precarious position'.
And it was also the picture that was later posted on the social media. Here you can see the man stand on the roof. there is surrounded by police cars.
Wanna know why St Pancras stations and all the trains are messed up? The flag waving bell-end is on top of the high speed tracks. pic.twitter.com/2U2g5TAR3I— Tasha's (@tic_tash_toe) 30. march 2019
Friday, there had been a big pro-Brexit demonstration in London, which lasted the night out.
the Demonstrators blocked the streets around the parliament, when lawmakers rejected prime minister Theresa Mays UNION tilbagetrækningsaftale for the third time.
the demonstration was made five arrests. One of them was, among other things, to attack a police officer.
What are the consequences of the case to get for the 44-year-old man, remains to be seen.