Man arrested after Prince Andrew chasing Queen’s coffin in Edinburgh

A man was arrested following Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II, as he was being led through the streets of Edinburgh,

The man reads “Andrew!” in the BBC footage. he was seen screaming. As the royal procession passed the crowd.

The rest of his words were clearly inaudible and his voice was drowned out by the off-screen commentary.

He quickly left the crowd from behind.

In separate videos shared on social media, he is shown being dragged to the ground by two men, while others in the crowd shout “God save the king!”

A police officer helps the man take off before he is taken away. The man is heard shouting: “Disgusting!”

Police confirmed that he had been arrested.

A spokesman for the Scottish police said: “A 22-year-old man was arrested on Monday 12 September 2022 at around 2:50 pm for disturbing the peace on the Royal Mile.

A breach of the peace, also known as a breach of the peace, is a form of disorderly conduct.

The government states: “Anyone who uses threatening, offensive or derogatory language or behavior in any public place or public assembly with the intention of disturbing public order or causing public disorder, a person guilty of a crime minor. “

The crime of public order is not a criminal offense, it is not punishable by a fine or imprisonment and prosecution for a crime of public order does not give rise to a sanction. .

When the accident occurred, the queen’s coffin – who died at the age of 96 at Balmoral on Thursday afternoon – was being transported to St Giles Cathedral in the Scottish capital.

It stretched from the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence of the ruler in Edinburgh, to the cathedral, where a thanksgiving service for the life of the late queen would be held before paying homage to the public.

His son, King Charles III, followed behind the coffin with his brothers, including Prince Andrew, Duke of York, the Princess Royal and the Earl of Wessex.

In January, the Duke of York was stripped of all honorary military roles following a backlash over his friendship with the late billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

The Duke of York paid millions to solve a civil sexual assault case with Virginia Giuffre, a woman who claimed to have had sex with her multiple times when she was 17.

The Duke claimed he never met her and denied all her allegations.

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