Police are trying to trace a passenger seen on CCTV after reports of two alleged sex offences on London buses.
Detectives believe the two incidents may be linked. The first was reportedly carried out on 9 November last year at about 19:50pm on a Route 94 bus in Holland Park Avenue. The second was on 16 November at about 16:20pm on a Route 27 bus in Euston.
DC Lucy Staniland, said:
"Unwanted sexual behaviour on the transport network is not tolerated and all sexual offences are taken very seriously. I would like to remind everyone, but women in particular, to always report incidents of this nature to the police."
Peter McNaught, London Underground's Operations Director, said: "London Underground has an excellent and continually improving safety record and such incidents on the Tube are very rare."
McNaught added: "We apologised fully to our customers, worked hard to resume services as soon as possible and our staff were on hand on the platform to assist those who were leaving the train. We have fully assisted the RAIB in their enquiries, as well as carrying out our own investigation.
The uncontrolled evacuation at Holland Park is still under investigation. In its report today the Rail Accident Investigation Branch said the train operator was not aware that a fault with the brakes was generating smoke and fumes.
Terrified Tube passengers were stuck on a carriage which was rapidly filling with smoke for three-and-a-half minutes.
An official report into the accident at Holland Park Station on 25 August says that while the main doors were still shut, some passengers tried to squeeze out by opening the side doors between carriages.
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Despite the panic, no one was injured. However the Rail Accident Investigation Branch said:
"There was potential for injuries to occur because the train was heavily loaded and a large number of people were prevented from leaving the train for almost four minutes after it stopped."
The body of a Londoner who was killed during a trip on a crocodile infested river in India has been found.
Michael Easton from Holland Park was one of two two British men who died after disappearing during an excursion on the Cauvery River, near Bangalore.
Ian Turton, from York's body was discovered earlier this week.
Today the Foreign Office said a second body has now been found.
It said it was providing consular assistance to the men's families.
Michael Easton, from Holland Park is still missing following a trip on a crocodile infested river in India, which left a friend dead. Authorities are continuing to search the area around the Cauvery River near Bangalore. Ian Turton, from York, died during the excursion.
Fears are growing for Michael Easton, from Holland Park, who is still missing after his friend died in a crocodile-infested river in India. Ian Turton, from York, died after disappearing during an excursion on the Cauvery River near Bangalore. Mr Easton is still unaccounted for.