According to a report published in the UK website ‘The Mirror’, the man arrested for throwing eggs at King Charles and his wife Camilla has been banned from carrying eggs in public. He has also been instructed to stay 500 meters away from King Charles in future.
King Charles was pelted with eggs as he met people at the Micklegate Bar landmark in York, northern England. Currently, the accused has been released on bail.
Become a villain on social media
Presenting his explanation in the court, the accused said that he was provoked by the crowd. He also said that after his mistake, he was receiving death threats. Patrick was questioned by the police and released on bail. After his release, Patrick, a student at York University, said: ‘I was attacked by a mob. People made me a villain. That day someone grabbed my hair, someone wanted to kill me. One person even spat on me. My lawyer was good he saved me. People are threatening me even on social media’.
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