Tensions rise in London as 6 Immigration officers pin down and strip naked British citizen in public street for “looking like an immigrant”

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Breaking News London:


Metropolitan Riot police have been placed on standby fearing city wide riots on a 2011 scale after a British citizen was battered with police batons, pinned down and stripped naked in a public London street, “for looking like an immigrant”.


Audio recordings have gone viral on social media after Tapiwa Matukutire, a British citizen, was battered into a serious condition, pinned down and stripped naked by six male and female immigration enforcement officers after what the Met police called a “false internal tip-off”.


No officers have been suspended following the incident.


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