Man charged over Ipswich railway station roof climb

Man on roof at Ipswich railway station A man climbed on to the roof on Friday leading to the power being turned off at the station

A man has been charged with obstruction after an incident which closed a railway station in Suffolk.

A man spent seven hours on the roof of Ipswich railway station on Friday, police said.

Mantas Badauskas, 25, of no fixed address, is due to appear at South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court later.

Train services were suspended and power to the station was shut off from 08:30 BST. The station returned to normal operation later in the afternoon.

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