This is the moment a lorry full of migrants from Kuwait and Iraq were pulled over by police in Britain's capital. The moment was captured on video by electrician Tom Andrews who was passing the lorry as officers made the discovery. The Italian truck was stopped on Ashton Road in Harold Hill, south London, shortly after midday yesterday with eight migrants and three children, including a baby, inside. The adults were arrested on suspicion of illegal entry into the UK. A police officer, stood in front of the lorry packed with migrants sitting on boxes, shouted: "Do you speak English? Where are you from?" A man in the lorry replied: "Iraq." Refugees in Europe - by numbersPlay!01:15 A Metropolitan Police spokesman said eight adults and three children were taken into custody on suspicion of entering the UK illegally. He said: "Police in Havering were called to Ashton Road, Harold Hill, at approximately 11:30hrs on Wednesday, 15 June, to reports of the sound of banging coming from the back of a lorry. "Officers opened the cargo container and found 11 people - eight adults and three children - inside. "No one was injured. "The eight adults - we await a breakdown - were arrested on suspicion of illegal entry into the UK. "The children were taken into police protection." The Home Office have been approached for comment.