Man Arrested Outside Buckingham Palace For Threatening To Kill King Charles
On Tuesday night, a man was Arrested outside Buckingham Palace after Shouting that he would kill King Charles III, just Days before the Coronation. The man was taken into Custody by the Metropolitan Police for throwing Various items from a bag Outside the Gates of the Palace. The Police Found a Knife on Him and Arrested him on Suspicion of Possessing an Offensive weapon. After the Suspect was Apprehended, The Police Conducted a Controlled Explosion.
According to Eyewitnesses, The man had been in his Thirties and had been Shouting about Killing the king for Several nights. The incident has raised questions about how someone could get so close to the palace with the coronation almost upon them.
The suspect, David Huber, 60, is a dog breeder from Cumbria in the northwestern English county. His Neighbor Spoke Positively About him and Was Surprised that he Could have done Something like this.
The Royal couple, King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla, were not at the Palace during the Incident, But they had been inside the Palace Shortly Before. Prince Charles and Queen Consort Camilla were seen in photos arriving at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday morning for coronation rehearsals. They were joined by Prince William, His Wife Kate, and their Children, George and Charlotte.
The Coronation, which is expected to cost about $280 million, will have thousands of Police Officers Deployed on the Day, as well as drones and snipers. While millions of People Around the world are expected to watch the event live online and on television, enthusiastic Brits have already started camping outside the palace ahead of Saturday’s coronation.
In Australia, Sky News will air two specials back-to-back on Friday for those keen on royal tradition, with The Royal Report: At 8 pm AEST, a Coronation Special will be aired, followed by a new documentary named Born To Be King at 9 pm. This documentary showcases extraordinary archival footage that uncovers the King’s life, passions, and loves.
Sky News host Peter Stefanovic will begin the live coverage of the event on Saturday from 4 pm AEST at Westminster Abbey. The ceremony will be guided by commentator Alastair Bruce, who has unrivaled knowledge of the event. Sky News will re-air the coronation Ceremony on Sunday, May 7 at noon and will also release a special episode of The Royal Report Summarizing the Weekend’s Events.
The Coronation Service is Expected to Begin at 8 pm (11 am London time).