He rushed towards her coffin, thinking that she was still alive
The 28-year-old wanted to know if the queen was actually in the coffin
A 28-year-old wanted to make sure that Queen Elizabeth was indeed dead. That’s why he went to her coffin – and wanted to see for himself whether her body was in it.
A man rushed towards the queen’s coffin. Now it is clear why. (Icon picture)
A few days before the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II (96) there was a strange sight. A man rushed toward the coffin lying in Westminster Hall so he could touch it before the police overpowered him. He managed to touch the coffin of the queen. Reports now BBCThe man wanted to check if the queen was in the coffin.
He is a 28 year old male. He proceeded to seize the flag draped over the queen’s coffin. Because he did not believe that she died as the court found.
He wanted to “call the king”
According to BBC, the attorney general’s office said the man wanted to look at the coffin to make sure the royal body was there. He is also said to have planned to visit the royal residences. There he wanted to “call the king”.
The judge says of the 28-year-old: “He still has delusions and believes the Queen is not dead. He thinks King Charles has something to do with him and may want to go to Windsor Castle to pay his respects – also because he still thinks she’s alive.”
The man has been released on bail but is being held in a psychiatric hospital pending the next court hearing.
Wants to try again to see the dead queen
The attorney general also says the 28-year-old may once again try to disturb the peace of the Queen, who died on 8 September. “He intended to write to the royal family and if they did not answer he would go to Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace and Balmoral and try to speak to the Queen.”
He said that if he did not succeed, he would have to “trespass his property to try to contact”. When asked how often he would try, he replied, “As long as I live.” (European Union)
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