A 36-year-old Buckinghamshire woman who was seen holding a racist sign at the recent pro-Palestine march in London has been ‘interviewed under caution.’

Marieha Mohsin Hussain, who is originally from Great Missenden, was one of 300,000 people who arrived in the capital on November 11 to show their support for the Middle Eastern country, by calling for a ceasefire in Gaza following the ongoing conflict with Israel. 

During the rally, she was spotted holding a sign claiming that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and former home secretary Suella Braverman were ‘coconuts’.

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This racist term is aimed at those who are black, mixed race or Asian who have allegedly ‘betrayed their race or culture by acting white’.

An image of her smiling whilst holding the poster has been shared across social media, with the Metropolitan Police putting out a post to try and track the teacher.

And on November 14, three days after the protest, Hussain was ‘interviewed under caution on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order offence’.

During the event, 126 people were arrested whilst nine officers were injured.