I think it makes a nice target

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Some people really are scumbags.

Some dopey wog is parading in front of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament wearing an ISIS flag.

He obviously thinks he might find himself in a spot of bother and in the time honoured way of protecting terrorism has taken a child to act as a human shield.

This is the shocking moment a man paraded past the Houses of Parliament draped in an Islamic State flag with a young girl on his shoulders – before being allowed to walk free by police.

The man could be seen walking past a group of scouts near Big Ben with the little girl waving a smaller version of the jihadist group’s flag just days before the anniversary of the 7/7 terror attacks.

Police confirmed that they stopped the man in the busy tourist area on Saturday, but did not arrest him as his actions were deemed ‘within the law’.

The decision has been slammed on social media, with many saying it makes they feel unsafe on the streets of Britain.

Gavin ?tweeted: ‘Why are we allowing this to happen on our streets a man walking past big ben with an ISIS flag.

‘Walk through London past Big Ben with an ISIS flag nothing done do it with swastika what would be done?’

And in the US they want to ban the Confederate flag? In the UK they don’t even barely feel your collar.

Tony Lancaster said: ‘Man walks round central London with an ISIS flag but wasn’t arrested because he broke no laws.Cud only happen here.’

Henry Lawson ?said: ‘Man & child with Isis flag London….hope this is hoax.’

The images were posted on a Korean forum after a tourist spotted the man walking around near the Palace of Westminster in central London.

It comes one week after gunman Seifeddine Rezgui killed 38 tourists, including 30 Briton, on a beach in Sousse, Tunisia.

The pictures have caused particular panic as they were taken as?Londoners prepare to mark a decade since the July 7 terror attacks.

Scotland Yard said officers spoke to the man and considered his actions within the Public Order Act 1986.

A spokesman said: ‘This man was spoken to by officers with consideration given to relevant legislation and a decision was taken by officers at the time that the man was acting within the law. He was not arrested.’

He added: ‘Wearing, carrying or displaying of an emblem or flag, by itself, is not an offence unless; the way in which, or the circumstance in which, the emblem is worn, carried or displayed is such as to cause reasonable suspicion that the person is a supporter or member of a proscribed organisation.

I think that flag makes a lovely target.

Where is the BNP when you really need them?

 

– Daily Mail

 

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