A person accused of brandishing a knife and hammer close to a House Workplace development has been charged through police.
Oluwaleke Yisa, 30, of Harton Boulevard in Deptford, south-east London, seemed at Camberwell Inexperienced magistrates court docket on Wednesday. He faces one rely of ownership of an offensive weapon in a public position and one among ownership of a knife in a public position.
Contributors of the general public flagged down law enforcement officials at about 12.45pm on Tuesday after an armed guy used to be noticed close to the federal government development in St Thomas Boulevard, close to London Bridge, it appears making threats to kill. The development, Becket Space, is an immigration reporting centre.
The incident got here days after Dominic Hornberger from Birmingham allegedly attacked a central authority employee close to the House Workplace in central London.
Hornberger, 29, is accused of GBH with intent and ownership of a knife after a person in his 60s, who works for the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Native Govt, used to be attacked in Marsham Boulevard in Westminster on 15 August.
He used to be remanded in custody to seem at Southwark crown court docket on 13 September.