A man who was arrested after a series of photos taken of women at Royal Holloway University in Egham appeared on Instagram has been charged with various offences.

On Wednesday, June 2, Surrey Police said that 29-year-old Ascot man Thomas Cramer had been charged with "harassment, racially aggravated public order and possession of Class B drugs (cannabis), as well as two driving offences, including driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence and driving with no insurance".

He was remanded in custody and due to appear at Guildford Magistrates Court on June 2.

As the Surrey Comet reported previously, Cramer was arrested after police were inundated calls from staff and students at Royal Holloway who said they had been photographed without their knowledge or consent.

A number of the photographs included captions with "derogatory or insulting" language, and police said the account also made "threats against those who have commented".

Surrey Police Sergeant Max Ambler said: "Over the past three days we have had a large number of online reports of this activity, and I hope the arrest today reassures the local community that we have taken these reports seriously and acted quickly.

"I am very aware of the impact that this has had on the community at Royal Holloway, with some individuals reporting that they felt unsafe walking around campus.

"I would like to thank the many people who reported their concerns about this account to us."