A man has been detained after Charing Cross Station in London was evacuated due to reports of a man on the tracks claiming to have a bomb.
Police were called to the underground station this morning.
A British Transport Police spokesman first confirmed they were at the scene at around 7.30am.
He said: "A man claiming to have a bomb at Charing Cross station has now been arrested. We are now working to reopen the station as soon as possible would like to thank passengers and rail staff for their patience and understanding during this incident."
Transport for London confirmed trains are being diverted.
A spokesman said: "Due to ongoing customer incident at Charing Cross, we're now suspended on the Charing Cross branch in both directions between Camden Town and Kennington stations. As a result, there is no service to Kennington. Bakerloo line trains are not affected."
Although the underground station is closed the national railway station remains open, according to National Rial.