Police have released CCTV footage of the moment a woman was knocked unconscious after a violent attack on a bus in Lambeth. The 22-year-old was heading towards Clapham Junction when a man got on, and headed towards the back of the bus where the victim was sitting.
A can of drink was poured over the woman who was then kicked in the stomach before falling unconscious.
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Police are trying to find a man seen on CCTV around the time of the attack om Thursday 29 August, at around 1:15am.
A postman refused to deliver a letter to a south London home after spotting a "massive" spider on the path to the front door, the Daily Mail has reported.
The 42-year-old postman said the spider was the same size as a 10p coin, and wrote a message on Stuart Robertson-Reed's letter refusing to enter. He said he had left it be to avoid breaking the web.
The note read: "No access - massive spider web in front gate". Mr Robertson-Reed said: "'I couldn't believe it. He was either spider-friendly and didn't want to break the web or a terrified arachnophobe."
Royal Mail apologised for any inconvenience today, adding that "alternative arrangements should have been made".
Greg Hitchcock of Kent Wildlife Trust confirmed that this arachnid is a common garden spider - and not one of thousands of poisonous spiders currently plaguing Britain.
These figures are shocking and show the Mayor of London's fire station closure plans will mean it will take a lot longer for fire engines to get to emergencies.
Across Lambeth response times will rise by an average of 34 seconds and these new figures show that in Clapham Town, the Mayors plans will add an average of 3 minutes 57 seconds to the time it takes the first fire engine to reach an emergency.
Any increase in response times is unacceptable because it threatens the safety of our residents.
I urge Boris Johnson to think again about the closure of Clapham Fire station.