British Police arrest woman climbing Buckingham Palace gates

Police are on high alert after five attacks blamed on terrorism this year.

She appears to shout "Queen and country" and onlookers cheer as she is apprehended.

A woman was arrested in London on Saturday after officers observed her climbing the front gates of Buckingham Palace, according to the Metropolitan Police.

"The lady, accepted to be in her 30s was immediately kept by officers before she accessed the royal residence grounds".

The woman was arrested on a suspicions of trespass and remains now in custody.

"She was captured on doubt of trespass under Section 128 of the Serious Organized Crime and Police Act 2005, trespass on an assigned site and is presently in guardianship at a focal London police headquarters".

Aidila Razak captured the moment on video. Two male officers rush over on foot and pull the woman down.

Ms Davey, a brunette, was dressed in blue jeans and black long-sleeved top. She was quickly handcuffed and dragged to a police vehicle.

At 6.19pm in north London Euston Station was evacuated after a passenger reported some "suspicious activity".



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