It emerged today that Police officers from the UK's new Anti-Terrorism Armed Response Unit have raided a second doctor's surgery in Glasgow. Following a name listed in a discarded telephone directory close to the scene of the Glasgow attack, officers raided the surgery at around 3:15pm this afternoon.
Onlookers stood amazed as more than thirty heavily-armed officers broke through the doors and quickly sealed-off the building. One witness, 87 year old Edna Bucket described the event as truly terrifying.
'I was sitting waiting my turn to see Dr.Haneef about my varicose veins when all of a sudden who should come bursting in but an armed response unit. I turned to my Cyril and said - I expect they're here to question the doctor about the discovery of various Improvised Vehicular Explosive Devices in and around the Capital of London and the attempted suicide attack on the duty-free Kiosk in Glasgow Airport departure lounge last Saturday. But sadly it was too late. Cyril had been hit in the head by a piece of shrapnel.'
A police spokesman said the unit had spoken to the receptionist, had been allocated a number and were awaiting their turn.