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Update: Man arrested after anti-Semitic abuse on London Underground



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A 35-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an anti-Semitic incident on the London Underground.
British Transport Police officers attended an address in Birmingham this evening, Saturday 23 November.
The man was arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated section 5 public order offence.  He remains in custody.
The offence itself happened on a Northern Line train at around 12pm on Friday 22 November.
A video widely circulated on social media showed passengers being harassed and being targeted with anti-Semitic abuse.
Update at 10am on 25 November
The man, who is from Hillingdon and was arrested in connection to this incident, has been bailed as further enquiries continue. 
His bail is subject to strict conditions and he is due to return to police custody on 21 December. 
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