the comedic timing on this article is amazing tbh
>"Russell pointed his cellphone at his own face and happily announced to his Facebook viewers: "There's an inspector outside we have to speak to now over these charges against Sadiq Khan."
>But when the constable walked into the room, he simply told Russell: "You'll have to leave now."
can't make this shit up
>Russell handed the officer a sheet of paper outlining his complaints. One of them cited the Coronation Oath Act of 1688. The officer looked at it. "We are going to investigate," he promised, not entirely convincingly.
That act sets the oath a monarch takes at their coronation, by what sort of logic do they connect that with the London Mayor?
Peaceful, nonviolent arrest
Shows up with an execution device.
So they're attempting to arrest the mayor of London for treason....... While openly campaigning for another sovereign nation in their home country... 🤔🤔🤔
*Ladies and gentlemen, we are here today to make a peaceful, nonviolent citizen's arrest of those named*
Yeah just ignore the gallows we brought.
That protester either had reading difficulties or he was too nervous. He should have practiced that speech a lot more or maybe put some of the salient points in at the start.
Man, the whole affair sounds straight up out of a sitcom.
For what crime?
> the Coronation Oath Act of 1688
Sorry need a few more.
Are they insane? First of all that's not exactly the kind of law you can break, it just says "this is the oath that the monarch swears during their coronation". Secondly Sadiq Khan isn't king...
The best part was when I read they'd bought a ticket, and they were all wanting to have their tickets reimbursed.
That shot of him flicking through the paper is just glorious. Stylish bastard
> ... as they accused Khan of treachery, tyranny and **disrespecting President Donald Trump**.
>"It's a pleasure to be here," he said, "even though we were distracted by the actions of what some would call very stable geniuses."