Man charged with assaulting Matt Hancock on subway train

Matt Hancock

The incident is said to have happened on the subway on Tuesday

A man has been charged with assaulting the former health minister Matt Hancock on the London Underground.

Geza Tarjanyi, 61, from Leyland in Lancashire, is due to appear in court next month.

He is accused of joint bodily harm and two administrative offences.

The West Suffolk MP is said to have been unharmed in Tuesday’s alleged incident.

BTP said they received a report before 9am of a man being “assaulted and harassed” in the ward next to the House of Commons.

The encounter is said to have continued in a subway.

A spokesman for Mr Hancock praised both Transport for London and UK Transport Police staff, saying they were “fantastic”.

Tarjanyi was released on bail to appear in Westminster Magistrates’ Court on February 22.

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