Following the horrendous terrorist attacks in London and Manchester, special forces have apparently made the decision to place disguised SAS agents on the streets.
These soldiers pretend to be homeless people so as not to be spotted by potential terrorists. To counter this threat, these SAS agents are armed and possess emergency medical kits.
An anonymous military source told the Mirror in 2017 that ‘These armed units have been deployed for some time now and it is unlikely that the operation will be interrupted.’
The undercover agents are reportedly stationed near particularly busy areas like train and underground stations and shopping centres.
The Ministry of Defence refused to comment on the reports, with a spokesman saying 'We do not comment on matters relating to special forces.'