Klaus Matzka says he had a good time on vacation in London, England, but he'll never go back again. The Austrian man says police detained him and forced him and his sons to delete their photos after they saw them taking pictures of the famed double-decker buses as well as a bus station that Matzka found interesting. They say the police officers told them taking pictures of anything transportation related is forbidden because of terrorism concerns.
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