British Prime Minister’s car involved in the accident


On June 17, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered a rear end accident outside the parliament building in London.
It was reported that the British Parliament had just concluded its activities. Johnson was on his way back when a protesting man burst out of the crowd on the side of the road. Johnson’s car braked in an emergency, but the following security vehicles failed to stop in time, causing a collision with the prime minister’s car.
Local police said the protesting man had been arrested at the scene for violating the public order law and obstructing road traffic.
According to a British spokesman, the accident did not cause injuries.