UK Minister Boris Johnson was involved in a car crash just outside Parliament on Wednesday afternoon.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson involved in  ghastly car crash

The Prime Minister’s car was hit in the back as his vehicle made a sudden stop after a protester “ran out into the road”.

A security vehicle is thought to have hit the back of his car outside Parliament.

The protester has reportedly been arrested after the incident.

The driver of the car was seen to hit the brakes suddenly to avoid the demonstrator,

causing the security detail in a Range Rover following behind to crash into the

back of the first vehicle.

Both cars left the scene quickly with a visible dent in the back of the Prime Minister’s Jaguar.

The story came to light after a video of the crash circulated on social media

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Watch the video below:

The demonstrator was taken into the Palace of Westminster and the Met Police

later confirmed they had arrested a man  for offences under Section 5 of the Public

Order Act and for obstructing the highway.

Downing Street has said there are no reports of any injuries, and a spokesman

said a protester was detained after running in front of the silver Jaguar.

A Number 10 spokesman confirmed the car was Mr Johnson’s, adding: “I think the video speaks for itself as to what happened. No reports of anybody being injured.”

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The spokesman said Mr Johnson was travelling in the car at the time.

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