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Sacked worker arrested over Tesco roof protest at Reading store The man entered the roof space in the evening and it was not until the next afternoon that police were able to arrest him.

An ex-security guard at a Tesco store has been arrested after staging a day-long protest in the shop’s roof.

Adam Jammeh has been demonstrating for seven months over his claim that he was sacked over false accusations of stealing.

Around 6pm on Thursday he turned up at the Reading Extra store and appeared to shout towards customers: “I’m not going nowhere. I’ve got food in my bag, I’ve got water in my bag, I am well prepared.”

He then climbed into the ceiling space

The superstore, on Portman Road, was shut after the incident began.

Adam Jammeh is led away from a Tesco store after the former security worker staged a protest
Image:Adam Jammeh claims he was sacked over false accusations of stealing

Mr Jammeh was pictured being led away by police on Friday afternoon.

In the past, he has posted live streams on Facebook demanding Tesco bosses come to store to deal with his complaint.

Thames Valley Police said a 46-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of Public Order Act offences.

A Tesco spokeswoman said the company was “assisting police with the matter”.

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