A nasty incident during the last farewell to Queen Elizabeth II. The police detained the young man
The incident during the farewell to Queen Elizabeth II.
As the portal” Wirtualna Polska “reminds us, on Monday, September 12th, a coffin with the body of King Elizabeth II. lowa Elizabeth II was exhibited in the Cathedral of St. Giles in Edinburgh. In the procession following the coffin there were King Charles III and his siblings. It was during the removal of the corpse to the temple that the unpleasant incident happened. What exactly happened?
An unpleasant incident during the farewell to Queen Elizabeth II
The very unpleasant incident occurred on Monday, September 12, just before 2 p.m. Polish time. In a funeral procession carrying the coffin with the body of Queen Elizabeth II to the Cathedral of St. Giles, walked King Charles III and his siblings, Princess Anna, princes Andrew and Edward.
On the way, many inhabitants of Edinburgh gathered, who wanted to honor the deceased queen. Unfortunately, not everyone was able to respect the memory of Elizabeth II. Suddenly, a voice was heard in the crowd shouting offensive words to Prince Andrew.
“Andrzej, you are a sick old man!” a young 22-year-old man exclaimed. The incident was captured on cameras. One of the recordings shows that the crowd gathered by the barriers on the funeral procession pushes a young man under the feet of the policeman securing the event.
Prince Andrew heckled as the Queen's coffin passes pic.twitter.com/85m9jUgszF
— Christopher Marshall (@chrismarshll) September 12, 2022
22-year-old he was arrested in connection with “disturbance of the peace in the street”.
Confusion around Prince Andrzej
Prince Andrzej in November 2019 announced his withdrawal from activity and representing the queen. It was the aftermath of his acquaintance with Jeffrey Epstein, who had been convicted of sexual offenses.
Earlier this year, Buckingham Palace issued a statement that Prince Andrew was stripped of his title of His Royal Highness. He ceased to exercise patronage over the organizations and was stripped of all decorations, which was evident during the funeral procession in Edinburgh.
What do you think of the whole situation?