34 year old Hardy Jalloh pleaded guilty to a racially aggravated public order offence after abusing the driver on board a 116 bus in Staines Road.

It’s reported that he swore at the bus driver and then called him a “terrorist” and “Hamas”.

More than 70 arrests have been carried out so far across London for offences relating to the Israel-Hamas conflict.

Chief Inspector Stephen Warnes, who led the investigation, said: “We will not tolerate any form of hate crime, or tolerate anyone inciting violence.

“We continue to work alongside our colleagues at Transport for London to ensure their staff and Londoner’s can go about life without suffering abusive behaviour.”

Jalloh was charged with a public order offence under Section 4A Public Order Act, a racially aggravated offence under Section 31 of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and possession of cannabis.

He appeared at West London Magistrates’ Court on Saturday, pleaded guilty to all offences and was bailed to appear at the same court on Monday.