A MILLWALL fan nicknamed “The Lion of London Bridge” has written a book about taking on armed jihadists.
Roy Larner, 52, was stabbed seven times by three terrorists killing eight and injuring 48 on London Bridge and Borough Market.
Millwall fan Roy Larner, also known as “The Lion of London Bridge”, has written a book about taking on armed jihadists[/caption]
Roy yelled, “F*** you, I’m Millwall” while fighting the Islamic killers in a restaurant in June 2017[/caption]
He yelled, “F*** you, I’m Millwall” while fighting the Islamic killers in a restaurant in June 2017.
Roy said: “I almost lost my life but it was worth it.
“My fight against them gave people a lot of time to get out there.”
The London Bridge Lion is £11.99 on Amazon.
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Roy said yesterday: “Writing my book has been therapeutic and actually helped me get over and process what happened.
“I needed advice and it was so hard for me. Since what happened, I can no longer work because of my injuries – mentally and physically.
“I still need physio to move the tendons in my arm. That moment when I stood up to the terrorists defined my life.
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“I hope people enjoy reading my story of what happened.”
Jihadists Khuram Shazad Butt, 27, Rachid Redoune, 30, and 22-year-old Youssef Zaghba drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before attacking drinkers in Borough Market on June 3, 2017.
Emergency services at the scene of the London Bridge terrorist attack[/caption]