Lion of London Bridge who faced terrorists 'on anti-terror list after far-right ...

'Lion of London Bridge' who was stabbed eight times as he confronted terrorist attackers 'is put on anti-terror watch list after far-right extremists contacted him' Roy Larner, 49, screamed 'f*** you, I'm Millwall,' as he took on knife murderers Has been placed on Government's Prevent programme over fears he may become extremist  He has had to attend de-radicalisation classes and police are monitoring him  Terrorists Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Yousseff Zaghba struck in south-east London in June 2017 Mr Larner slashed multiple times by Redoune and Zaghba in the Black and Blue restaurant in Borough Market

By Harry Howard For Mailonline

Published: 08:56 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 09:24 BST, 1 July 2019

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The 'Lion of London Bridge' who was hailed a hero for fighting off knife-wielding jihadis during the terror attack said he is on an anti-terror watch list after being contacted by far-right anti-Islam supporters. 

Roy Larner, 49, screamed, 'f*** you, I'm Millwall,' as he took on the knife murderers when they struck in June 2017 while he was enjoying a pint in the Black & Blue restaurant in Borough Market, in Southwark, south-east London.

But Mr Larner has since been placed on the Government's Prevent programme over fears that he could become an extremist after he was contacted by far-right yobs.

The 'Lion of London Bridge' who was hailed a hero for fighting off knife-wielding jihadis during the terror attack said he is on an anti-terror watch list after being contacted by far-right anti-Islam supporters

The 'Lion of London Bridge' who was hailed a hero for fighting off knife-wielding jihadis during the terror attack said he is on an anti-terror watch list after being contacted by far-right anti-Islam supporters

He has had to attend de-radicalisation classes and police are monitoring him, the Sun reported. 

Mr Larner said: 'They treat me like a terrorist but I’m not

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