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Instagram comedian Ty Logan urges Londoners to ‘put down their knives’ as he ‘confiscates sword’

An Instagram comedian who’s known for posting funny and quirky clips online has posted a message urging young people to put down knives as London’s bloody epidemic took its 90th murder victim last night.

Ty Logan, from Harrow, north west London, shared the video with his 46,000 followers showing knives he claims to have picked up on the street.

Wearing a navy zip-up hoody, he starts off speaking directly to camera stating: ‘Cuz, I see what my man’s doing cleaning up the streets of London, so I thought I’d do my bit’.

He then picks up a huge kitchen knife, describing it as a ‘mini machete’, before picking up a second smaller knife, saying he picked it up from an ‘little eight year old, who should be watching Ben 10’. 

Ty Logan, from Harrow, north west London, shared the video with his 46,000 followers showing knives he claims to have picked up on the street

An Instagram comedian who’s known for posting funny and quirky clips online has posted a message urging young people to put down knives as London’s bloody epidemic took its 90th murder victim last night. Ty Logan, from Harrow, north west London, shared the video with his 46,000 followers showing knives he claims to have picked up on the street

Ty then shows two larger butcher’s knives, before picking up a sword.

‘You see this one here, different’ he tells the camera, as he squats down to show of the mammoth size of the blade.

Ty, who’s the grandson of legendary reggae singer Dennis Brown, jokes that you can’t even run with it or ‘put it in your pocket’.

The comical video quickly turns serious when Ty adds: ‘Enough is enough. All jokes aside, put down a knife, and save a life’. 

Ty, who's the grandson of legendary reggae singer Dennis Brown, jokes that you can't even run with it or 'put it in your pocket'. The comical video quickly turns serious when Ty adds: 'Enough is enough. All jokes aside, put down a knife, and save a life'.

Ty, who’s the grandson of legendary reggae singer Dennis Brown, jokes that you can’t even run with it or ‘put it in your pocket’. The comical video quickly turns serious when Ty adds: ‘Enough is enough. All jokes aside, put down a knife, and save a life’.

Wearing a navy zip-up hoody, he starts off speaking directly to camera stating: 'Cuz, I see what my man's doing cleaning up the streets of London, so I thought I'd do my bit'

He then picks up a huge kitchen knife, describing it as a 'mini machete'

Wearing a navy zip-up hoody, he starts off speaking directly to camera stating: ‘Cuz, I see what my man’s doing cleaning up the streets of London, so I thought I’d do my bit’. He then picks up a huge kitchen knife, describing it as a ‘mini machete’, before picking up a second smaller knife, saying he picked it up from an ‘little eight year old, who should be watching Ben 10’.

'You see this one here, different' he tells the camera, as he squats down to show of the mammoth size of the blade.

‘You see this one here, different’ he tells the camera, as he squats down to show of the mammoth size of the blade.

Reiterating the statement in the video caption, he added: ‘All jokes aside, it’s time we do better. As a knife victim I know how it feels to almost lose your life, but not many have had the privilege of surviving. So put down ur knife, and save a life. Big up @faronalexpaul for all his hard work!

In the caption, he thanks Faron Paul, a community organise from Tottenham who’s been stabbed 18 times and started an amnesty to get people to turn in their knives.

Faron offers young people knives in exchange for vouchers, and then hands them into the police.

Allan Isichei, 69, who is a grandfather-of-four, father-of-three and husband for 44 years to wife Sandra was stabbed to death in north-west London yesterday as he walked home from the pub in a leafy London suburb

Allan Isichei, 69, who is a grandfather-of-four, father-of-three and husband for 44 years to wife Sandra was stabbed to death in north-west London yesterday as he walked home from the pub in a leafy London suburb

It comes as London claimed its 90th murder victim last night. 

Grandfather Allan Isichei, 69,  a father-of-three and husband for 44 years to wife Sandra, was stabbed twice as he walked home from the Plough Inn pub in Southall, north-west London, where he regularly performs yesterday evening.

He collapsed on his neighbours doorstep just three doors away from his £750,000 home at around 6.30pm.

A suspect in his 30s has been arrested and is in hospital with minor injuries. He is also under police guard.



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