BBC Radio 5 presenter threatened with a gun when testing safety of Britain's streets
BBC Radio Five presenter Shelagh Fogarty today described her terror at having a gun pointed at her face while filming in Liverpool on Saturday night.
The breakfast show host was taking part in a special programme for the ITV1 Tonight programme to find out how safe Britain's streets are, to be aired tonight.
While filming in Norris Green, an area of her home town Liverpool, a car slowed down as it past her, wound down a window and a gun was pointed directly at her.
She believes had it not been for the sound of a police siren nearby and a CCTV van in the road, she may have been killed.
Shelagh also revealed a gang of 40 thugs pelted her with glass bottles and stones in a frightening attack the previous night.
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BBC Radio 5 presenter threatened with a gun when testing safety of Britain's streets | the Daily Mail
Well, I see the strict firearms laws continue to work well for the United Kingdom.
Some of the comments reflect that the good people of the UK may be getting fed up. I wonder if it is too late for them?