The royal family experienced moments of horror. Flames appeared near Buckingham Palace. The police sprang into action
What happened at Buckingham Palace?
According to the portal “Super Express” fire broke out at Buckingham Palace. The police detained the perpetrator of the incident. What is known about him and his motives? What was the course of the whole event?
On the night of Tuesday to Wednesday there was a serious incident at Buckingham Palace. According to the information provided by the London police, around 10 p.m., a young man appeared at the gate of the Palace, where King Charles III and his wife were staying. He managed to start a fire there.
The man was detained, preventing him from entering the royal estate. According to the information provided by the “Daily Mail”, the officers were to react quickly and detain the man after only a few seconds.
A man in his 30s was arrested and the fire he started was immediately extinguished. At the moment, the perpetrator's motives are unknown. There are many hypotheses, from a stupid joke to a manifestation of your dislike of the monarchy and Charles III, who is currently in power. The man is accused of causing damage, although the fire he caused was described as “small”.
🚨#BREAKING: A protester starts a fire right outside of Buckingham palace gate
England Police have arrested a 30 year old man Protester as he starts a fire right outside of Buckingham palace gates it’s under investigation at this time officials say pic.twitter.com/IuG0yiunMs
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Protests in London
There are many voices that the incident at the gates of Buckingham Palace is related to the protests currently taking place in London. It is worth remembering that climate protests are currently taking place in the British capital, organized by Just Stop Oil, which demands an end to the use of fossil fuels.
But this is not the only clue. After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, opponents of the monarchy became active. Eggs have already flown towards King Charles III twice.
What do you think was the motive behind the perpetrator?