A Hollyoaks actor who was attacked in Leicester Square after a night out has told ITV News London that he's "fine" and demands apology.
The premiere for the latest Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, was held in Leicester Square last night.
After months of disruption, the capital's Leicester Square is being reopened tomorrow to show off its £15.3 million makeover.
A man who emerged naked from a storage cupboard of a Premier Inn hotel with a fire extinguisher hose between buttocks walked free today after he told a court: "I'm truly ashamed of myself."
20-year-old Joseph Small, from Sheffield, threw his clothes off and grabbed the appliance from the fourth floor of the hotel in Leicester Square in central London in October.
Small then put the hose between his buttocks and urinated on the carpet and a lift door before being escorted to reception by staff who wrapped him in a towel. He was also heard hurling racist abuse.
Joseph Small told Westminster Magistrates' Court: "I really am truly ashamed of myself - I can't recall anything that happened and I'm sorry to anyone that I offended that night. I have friends from all different ethnic backgrounds."
The judge sentenced him to a nine-month supervision order and to an electronic curfew for five weeks. He was also ordered to pay a total fine of £745.
Four people have been charged following unrest during protest marches over the bank holiday weekend. The charges range from racially aggravated criminal damage to violent disorder.
Police made a total of 13 arrests in Whitehall and Leicester Square.
Five people were later released without charge and another four bailed pending further inquiries. Police say they're continuing their investigation to identify those involved in criminal behaviour.
Westminster police are appealing for help in tracing a man wanted in connection with an unprovoked attack on soap star Tom Scurr.He was punched by a man as he crossed Leicester Square in the early hours of Saturday 11th May.
Tom, who plays Hollyoaks character Barney Harper-McBride, suffered a broken cheek bone and a fractured eye socket, which later resulted in him needing hospital treatment.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in Leicester Square.
It happened last Tuesday, when officers were called to the Angus Steak House at around 11pm. A man was found outside the restaurant door, unconscious with a serious head injury.
Police believe there was a fight shortly before they were called, and are appealing for witnesses. Investigating officer, DC Sanda Nicol, said: "The attack took place in an incredibly busy area and I am sure there will have been people walking past who may have noticed something,
or seen anyone acting suspiciously in the area at that time. Although the victim is now recovering at home he was incredibly lucky, his injuries were extremely serious and the attack could have proved fatal."
Martin Freeman talks compliments from Sir Peter Jackson, starring as Bilbo Baggins and hobbit feet at the UK premiere of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey at London's Leicester Square:
The movie is an epic fantasy-adventure film directed, co-written and produced by Peter Jackson and based on J. R. R. Tolkien's novel The Hobbit.
They'vewaited almost a decade and now fans of Middle Earth are just hours away from their next fix of Wizards, trolls and (of course) Hobbits!
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Adventure is the highly-anticipated prequel to the Lord of The Rings trilogy and premieres in Leicester Square this evening ahead of its UK release tomorrow.
Unlike it's predecessors this film is in 3D. Director Peter Jackson also uses a 48 frames per second format which has divided the critics.
We'll be live on the red carpet with London actor Martin Freeman who plays the lead character Bilbo Baggins. The rest of the cast will also be braving the cold, including Sir Ian McKellan, Andy Serkis and Cate Blanchett who are back as Gandalf, Gollum and Galadriel, respectively.
You can see this exclusive look into the mind of the man behind Bilbo on our programme from 6pm tonight.
The Duchess of Cambridge will not be attending the UK Premiere of "The Hobbit" tonight, as she is still recovering from acute morning sickness.
Her husband William, however, is expected to walk the red carpet in Leicester Square with the stars of the film, including Martin Freeman, Sir Ian McKellen and Cate Blanchett.
The premiere of the first film in The Hobbit trilogy is being held in Leicester Square tonight. The movie which is subtitled An Unexpected Journey stars Martin Freeman and Sir Ian McKellen.
It's the premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two, in London tonight. Stars including Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner will on on the red carpet in Leicester Square.