Footballer John Terry's father has been charged with racially aggravated assault following an argument in London.
Ted Terry was arrested earlier this year following the incident on Fenchurch Street, near the Square Mile, on March 22.
When answering bail at Bishopsgate police station on Tuesday, the 59-year-old, of Grays, Essex, was also charged with racially aggravated fear of violence.
He has been charged alongside two other men, Tudor Musteata, 47, of London, and Stephen Niland, 36, of Romford, Essex.
All three are due to appear before magistrates on July 23.
City of London police would not give further details to Sky News.
Former England captain John Terry, 32, was cleared in court of racially abusing fellow player Anton Ferdinand last year.
The Chelsea player denied making the comments during a match against QPR in 2011.
However, the Football Association ruled he had insulted Ferdinand and gave him a four-month ban.