Poster urging Prince Andrew to speak to FBI appears on bus at Buckingham Palace

A giant poster urging Prince Andrew to speak to the FBI has been spotted outside Buckingham Palace.

The stunt was pulled by a lawyer for some of Jeffrey Epstein's victims, urging the Queen's son to contact authorities.

Two pictures of the Duke of York smiling were plastered all over a blue banner which was stuck to the side of a yellow American school bus.

It read: “If you see this man please ask him to call the FBI to answer their questions.”

The bus was then driven around St James's Park and up The Mall road and Constitution Hill towards Buckingham Palace.

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Underneath the huge sign, is the phone number for the FBI headquarters in the US.

The sign was organised by lawyer Gloria Allred, who has already warned Andrew that she will issue him a court summons if he steps foot in the US again.

Ms Allred considers the Duke a potential key witness in the probe against Epstein, which he sensationally addressed in a TV interview with the BBC.

Epstein committed suicide while awaiting trial for sex trafficking offences.

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Following the controversial interview the FBI reached out to the Prince, asking him to answer questions about his friendships with the paedophile billionaire.

In particular, he was quizzed on a photo of him with Virginia Roberts, who alleges she was forced to have sex with the prince by Epstein, and twice more after that.

It came after Epstein killed himself in a New York City jail while awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges.

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US prosecutors have previously accused the Duke of "zero co-operation" with their investigation into Epstein.

But Andrew is said to have been "angry and bewildered" by claims he failed to co-operate with the US intelligence agency last month.

Friends of the Duke, who stepped down from public duties, hit back at the claims saying the royal was "committed to the legal process" and was "happy to talk" but hasn't "been approached yet".

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