This is the incredible moment a member of the public is pushed in front of a moving London bus, which was caught live on BBC News during a broadcast.
It is not yet known why the man was shoved, but it looks as though another man is aggressively targeting him, leading viewers to believe he had done something to cause upset.
The report came from outside London’s High Court as BBC reporter Keith Doyle was delivering a piece to camera on the on-going Charlie Gard case.
Despite fears of a sickening collision Mr Doyle later tweeted the man was fine.
The Metropolitan Police issued a statement saying the man had only suffered minor injuries.
A Met spokesman told the Mirror: “We were called at 15.10 to reports of a road traffic collision between a bus and a pedestrian.
“The man had an arm injury which is not thought to be life-changing or threatening.
“But upon further inquiry it appeared that the bus did not strike the man and that this was not a road traffic collision.”
It is unknown at this stage if the man was participating in the Charlie Gard protest, which was taking place in the Strand at the time.