Man charged over Buckingham Palace Taser incident

06:52 04 February 2013

A scenes of crime officer documents evidence from the scene close to Buckingham Palace. Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

A scenes of crime officer documents evidence from the scene close to Buckingham Palace. Picture: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

A man will appear in court today in connection with an incident close to Buckingham Palace in which police used a Taser stun gun.

Talhat Reham, 54, of Lindsay Drive, Harrow, has been charged with two counts of possessing a bladed weapon in public and one count of affray.

He is due at Westminster Magistrates’ Court later.

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