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US News Man arrested after nearly six hours on crane near the Shard

23:25  02 october  2019
23:25  02 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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a crane next to a body of water: A crane which a man climbed up and stayed on for nearly six hours near the Shard (Jonathan Brady/PA) © Jonathan Brady A crane which a man climbed up and stayed on for nearly six hours near the Shard (Jonathan Brady/PA)

A man who climbed a crane by the Shard in London and stayed there for nearly six hours has been arrested.

Police, fire and the London Ambulance Service were called to St Thomas St, London Bridge, just before 1pm on Wednesday after the man was spotted at a height on the crane.

The area was cordoned off and roads were closed.

a truck is parked on the side of a building: Police at the scene (Jonathan Brady/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Police at the scene (Jonathan Brady/PA)

The disruption also affected local bus routes.

The Metropolitan Police confirmed he eventually came down at 6:45pm and was subsequently detained. He was arrested for aggravated trespass and remains in custody.

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