Several vehicles had their tyres punctured in Bromley today during an anti-ULEZ protest that had to be handled by police.
Cars which formed part of the convoy that were parked along a road in the Greater London town were targeted – with at least 15 tyres from seven vehicles reportedly punctured.
One man was pictured taking out a flat tyre and replacing it after a pro-ULEZ protester put holes in the wheels of a van.
Today’s crowd of marchers came after hundreds of motorists gathered in London this month to protest against Sadiq Khan’s ULEZ expansion scheme before it comes into force at the end of August.
Protesters previously gathered in Trafalgar Square in central London as part of the demonstration organised by the Action Against ULEZ Extension group to hit out at the London Mayor’s much hated plans.
Today people in Bromley were seen holding up protest signs reading ‘Khant pay, won’t pay’ and ‘stop the toxic air life’ as they set out to put a halt to the environmental scheme.