Good for a young man who threw an egg at King Charles III

Punishment – the offender says that the visit of poor King Lawton was, according to him, “in bad taste”.

A 21-year-old man was fined 100 pounds (about 112 euros) on Friday for throwing an egg at the king in December. Charles III during a trip he deemed “in bad taste”. Before Westminster Magistrates Court in London, Harry Spartacus May, accused of breaching public order, pleaded guilty to the acts he was accused of.

During the hearing, the prosecutor claimed that he explained his behavior to the police officers who arrested and questioned him, saying that the King’s visit to the “poor town of Luton” north of LondonDecember 6 was, in his words, “in bad taste”. During this visit to Luton, Charles III met with city officials and charities and visited a new Sikh temple.

Another egg launcher was tried on 20 January

“You targeted someone. Regardless of your motives,” the judge replied. The young man who was present at the hearing, wearing glasses and a dark blue jacket, showed no particular emotion when reading the facts he was charged with. According to his lawyer, he “deeply regrets” this The gesture.In addition to the fine, Harry May will have to pay £85 in court costs.

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