...He told Press Gazette: "Because of where my office is based, I didn't get to cover the trial which was a shame. Whenever I read any of the stories from the trial, it just took me back to that moment all those months ago when I was just stood there watching it happen in front of my eyes.
"The same thing happens whenever I walk down that street
now, I can just see it happening right in front of me all over again.
It's one of those things that will be imprinted on my mind forever I
think. Sort of like how I remember where I was when I heard Princess
Diana had died."
After the incident he wrote about his experience on his blog: “Strolling along Norfolk Street just before 10am to go to the Post Office to pay my road tax, I never in a million years could have predicted the situation I was about to find myself in..