A 23-year-old man was arrested in northern England on Wednesday for allegedly throwing eggs King Charles III And Queen wife Camilla has reportedly been banned from carrying eggs in public.
The eggs were just missed by the royal couple who were in Yorkshire on a royal visit.
The King and Queen were shaking hands with locals on a street in York when the suspect, identified as 23-year-old Patrick Thelwell, hurled eggs at them by the Mirror.
he was immediately stopped by police post event.
Thelwell, a self-identified climate activist, told the Mirror that, as a condition of his bail, he must live 500 meters from the king and is not allowed to carry eggs in public, with the exception of grocery shopping. He called the rules “amusing”.
He also claimed that the crowd was shouting that he should be “murdered” and that his head should be “on the spike”, but he was not phased out because he knew “what fascism is, what it looks like.” Charles has been an advocate of climate change awareness for decades.
He claimed, “People were cutting my hair, they were spitting on me. People lost their minds.” “It’s very interesting to see this man’s belief of the superiority of blood when you challenge someone’s beliefs in this way.
“I did what I did because I don’t believe in kings. I believe in the equality of all people.”
North Yorkshire Police Thelwell did not identify, but said a 23-year-old had been arrested for a public order offense and was interviewed 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 several shows around the UK. Queen Elizabeth IIwas unveiled.
Thelwell is expected in court December 1.
Fox News Digital’s Carolyn Thayer contributed to this report.