A dangerous knuckleduster that could be used to seriously maim or disfigure someone was allegedly found on two men in Bromley.

Two young men were charged on suspicion of being in possession of an offensive weapon, known as a Wild Cat knuckleduster.

"This kitty will make your punches hurt more," reads an online advertisement selling the weapons.

It also states that it can be used to "jab like a knife at vital areas" and it can be used to swing, slash or punch.

Lex Gaughan, 18, of Turpington Lane, Bromley was charged with possession of an offensive weapon and for having a quantify of cannabis.

Milo Clark, 21, of Fairmead, Bickley, was also charged with possession of an offensive weapon.

They are due to enter their pleas at Bromley Magistrates Court on September 27.

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