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An image from a Twitter user of an alleged device on the train at Parsons Green tube [Image: @RRigs].

“Attack my arse. Mobile battery went pop.”

“No scorch marks then? Handbag must be very strong to survive a blast that injured so many.”

“Lidl bags are bomb proof wow who knew?”

“That “bomb” doesn’t seem real. Where is the burn damage to the surroundings. How come journalists ‘just happened’ to be there? This doesn’t feel right.”

“Smokescreen.

“I think this bomb was nothing more than a firework that went off a little more vigorously than intended.”

The above are just some of the responses to This Site’s article on the alleged terror attack at Parsons Green tube station.

Fortunately, the police are taking the matter a little more seriously than the clowns mentioned above and have arrested an 18-year-old man in the port area of Dover this morning (September 16).

You can draw your own conclusions about why he was found there.

Here’s part of a statement issued by the Metropolitan Police:

“The 18-year-old man was arrested by Kent Police in the port area of Dover this morning, Saturday, 16 September, under section 41 of the Terrorism Act.

“The man remains in custody at a local police station. He will be transferred to a south London police station in due course.

“Detectives from the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command are continuing to urge anyone with information about the terrorist attack to contact police.

“Thirty people are known to have been injured during the attack in which an improvised explosive device was detonated on a tube train at Parsons Green Underground Station at around 08:20hrs on Friday, 15 September.

“So far, detectives have spoken to 45 witnesses and continue to receive information from the public to the confidential anti-terrorist hotline.

“The public has sent 77 images and videos to investigators via the UK Police Image Appeal website. Anyone with footage or images from the incident is urged to upload them at www.ukpoliceimageappeal.co.uk where they will be looked at by investigators.

“Anyone with information is urged to call the Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321 or, in an emergency, always call 999.”

This Writer would urge anybody with information, who has not yet come forward, to do so via the avenues listed in the statement. Clowns need not bother.


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