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Tourist not blown away at finding his car ‘defused’

A tourist had his car blown up by anti-terrorist officers after it broke down in central London. To add insult to injury he also received a parking ticket. Nima Hosseini Razi’s Ford Mondeo broke down in the early hours of Wednesday 20 June close to the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, a rather sensitive part of London.

Razi said he left a note on the car which read:  “Dear Sir or Madam, this car is broken. I am just waiting for the AA to arrive. Please do not fine!...

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