A 23-year-old man arrested in northern England on Wednesday for allegedly throwing eggs at King Charles III and Camilla, the Queen Consort, has reportedly been banned from wearing eggs in public.
The eggs narrowly missed the royal couple who were in Yorkshire for a royal visit.
The King and Queen were walking down a street in York shaking hands with locals when the suspect, identified by the Mirror as 23-year-old Patrick Thelwell, threw the eggs at them.
He was immediately subdued by the police after the incident.
Thelwell, a self-identified climate activist, told the Mirror that as a condition of his release on bail he must stay 500 yards from the king and is not allowed to carry eggs in public except for the ‘grocery. He called the rules “fun”.
He also claimed that the crowd shouted that he should be “murdered” and that his head should be on a “spike”, but that he was out of phase because he knew what “the fascism, what it looks like”. Charles has been an advocate for climate change awareness for decades.
“People were pulling bits of my hair, they were spitting on me. People lost their minds,” he claimed. way, the belief in the superiority of this man’s blood.
“I did what I did because I don’t believe in kings. I believe in the equality of all.
North Yorkshire Police did not identify Thelwell but said a 23-year-old man was arrested for a public order offense and was questioned and released. The department did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
Charles and Camilla traveled to York as part of a series of engagements across the UK. They also made a special visit to the city’s cathedral, York Minster, where a statue of the king’s mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II, was unveiled.
Thelwell is due in court on December 1.
New York Post