The roof of a bus was torn off after a driver crashed into a railway bridge in Isleworth.
The entire top deck of the double-decker bus was ripped off after it hit a low bridge on St John's Road on Saturday (March 14) at about 4pm.
Luckily there were no passengers sitting upstairs of what is believed to be a privately hired 'rugby special' vehicle.
Nearby, the Six Nations match between England and Scotland at Twickenham Stadium ended with England winning 25-13.
The driver of the bus was checked over by paramedics from the London Ambulance Service at the scene and did not need to be taken to hospital.
St John's Road was closed in both directions following the incident between London Road and Loring Road causing heavy congestion in the surrounding area.
An ambulance crew member Chris Hawkswell tweeted: "Ambulance crew, team leader & LAS_HART are at an RTC, St Johns Road Isleworth.
"A bus has hit a railway bridge & the roof has come off."
"Luckily the top deck of the bus was empty when it hit the railway bridge.
"The driver is being checked over by an ambulance crew."
A later tweet confirmed "the driver of the bus did not require hospital."
Partybus could not be reached for a comment.