Released on bail: in England, a man was released who threw eggs at King Charles III
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British police said that a 23-year-old man who tried to attack the monarch, but missed, was interrogated and released.
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A 23-year-old man who threw eggs on British King Charles III and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla on November 9 has been released on bail. This was reported on the North Yorkshire Police website.
“A 23-year-old man, who was detained on suspicion of disturbing the peace during yesterday's royal visit, was questioned and released on police bail,” the press release said. release.
< h2>The king was pelted with eggs: what happened?
Yesterday, November 9, during the visit of King Charles III and the queen consort to York in the north of England, a man started throwing eggs at the monarch.
Charles III and his wife came to York to open a monument to the late Queen Elizabeth II.
The attacker threw several eggs at the king, but they flew past and crashed on the ground. At the same time, the man shouted “Not my king” and “This country was created on the blood of slaves.”
The police immediately detained the suspect, and the guards took the royal family to a safe place.
Biographer Christopher Andersen in his new book “The King: The Life of Charles III” spoke about the outbursts of rage in the British monarch.