‘Come get me ISIS’ Anger erupts over man offering £50k reward for terrorist to kill him while brandishing sword
A man has caused controversy by challenging ISIS to a fight by wielding a sword on the steps of Westminster the morning after the London Bridge terror attack .
Andre Walker has sparked fury after posting a photograph of himself brandishing a sword and issuing a challenge to ISIS – but has since defended his actions.
The journalist and former political campaigner tweeted a picture from the terrace at Westminster’s Houses of Parliament , a popular watering hole for politicians, aides and journalists.
In the image he is brandishing a large sword.
He said: “A bounty on my head. Any #ISIS terrorist that kills me gets £50k. I’ll give my address. No police. But I’ve got a sword. Good luck.”