The BBC reported on Thursday that the Myanmar ambassador to London spent the night in the car after being kicked out of the embassy.
Kyaw Zwar Minn said that the Myanmar military attache had asked the staff to leave the building and was told that he was no longer a representative of the country.
The Burmese army came to power in a coup d’etat on February 1, triggering weeks of protests and an increase in violence.
In March, Kyaw Zwar Minn called for the release of Suu Kyi and told the BBC that Myanmar was “divided” and there was a danger of civil war.
He said that his claims did not mean “betraying the country,” but the ruling military government later announced that he had been recalled.
More than 500 people, including dozens of children, were killed in pro-democracy protests demanding the restoration of the power of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her National League for Democracy (NLD).
According to Reuters, Kyaw Zwar Minn described Wednesday’s incident as “a kind of coup in central London”. He added: “I was prevented from entering… this kind of coup will not happen.”
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab condemned the “violent actions of the Burmese military regime in London”.
A spokesperson for the British Foreign Office told the BBC that he “is clarifying the status of the Myanmar ambassador to London in accordance with the diplomatic agreement.”
According to Reuters, deputy ambassador Chit Win has taken over the foreign affairs representative in London and cited diplomats to brief the case.