A pub in east London has decided to put a positive spin on a bad situation after someone broke into the building overnight.
The Artillery Arms in Old Street put a sign outside saying "This pub is so good that someone tried to get in 8 hours before we open!".
In a message on their Facebook page they thanked the police and a black cab driver who tried to stop the intruder.
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A man's been jailed after being caught carrying a stun gun, disguised as a mobile phone, at Old Street tube station.
Christopher Broome, 36, of Welham Road in Tooting, also pleaded guilty to possessing a lock knife with a 3.5 inch blade.
He's been sentenced to five years in prison for the stun gun, with a nine month term for the lock knife to run concurrently.
Inspector Brian Drayson from British Transport Police said: “Thanks to the quick actions of the officer who was on patrol at Old Street station, Broome was caught and prosecuted.
“The detection of the stun gun weapon was a particularly good spot and may have been easily missed due to its realistic appearance as a mobile phone.
“I hope Broome’s sentence sends a clear message that BTP takes incidents like this very seriously and anyone caught carrying a weapon on the railway network will be arrested and prosecuted.”