SECURITY VIOLATION: DAVID CAMERON ‘PUSHED’ BY A MAN IN THE STREET
Investigation into the matter has been ordered into a security violation just outside Leeds in the street when a man shoved David Cameron, the British Prime Minister.
It is being reported that the man was going to a public gym around the time of the incident when he shoved the Prime Minister, who was standing outside Leeds City Hall along with his protection team. Mr. Cameron had been there to speak at an event in the Hall.
The man, reported to be 28 years old, trotted along the street to where the Prime Minister (just about to get in his car) was standing, but was brought to a halt as the police stopped him. Meanwhile, Mr. Cameron got into a waiting automobile.
According to what is shown by the video recording of the episode, it seems that Mr. Cameron had already braced himself before the man came close at a great speed. However, security personnel interfered to tackle the man before anything sinister happened.
According to a statement by a witness, Mr. Cameron avoided the collision with the man by a “lovely little move”.
The statement by West Yorkshire Police depicts that there was nothing threatening about the event and it was simply a man “in the wrong place at the wrong time”.
Derek Hughes, the Chief Inspector West Yorkshire Police told the media that a man, 28 years old, was detained around midday for a very brief period after he came in very close proximity to the Prime Minster and his security group, who had just come outside of the Leeds Civic Hall. Furthermore, he said that the man was later released and that no threats were made.