indicted and arrested by the police

Death of Queen Elizabeth II

Muhammad Khan, 28, threw himself on the queen’s coffin the night between Friday and Saturday. He is now under arrest for “disturbing the public peace”.

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“Disorder of public peace”. This is the crime hypothesis for which the 28 year old Muhammad Khana resident of London’s East End, was indicted by the police.

The young man, between Friday and Saturday, was blocked and arrested in Westminster Hall for leaving the line of people paying homage to Queen Elizabeth and having hurled towards the coffin, running up the steps of the bier and grabbing the royal banner that surrounds it. The indictment takes place on the basis of the Public Order Act and concerns the case of “behavior capable of causing alarm, annoyance and anxiety”.

The 28 year old was transported to prison and for the moment he must remain there; he will appear tomorrow before the judge, who will be able to confirm custody in a prison or assign him house arrest. The episode took place during a few minutes of ‘blackout’ of the live images, but the tackle on the ground of the man by the security officers and the astonished face of the audience in the room were filmed in various amateur shots.

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Muhammad Khan was the second person to be accused of committing a crime while he was in trust to see Elizabeth’s coffin. A 19-year-old boy was previously stopped by police for shoving mourners from behind as they waited in line at Victoria Tower Gardens on Wednesday.

Adio Adeshine was charged with sexual assault. He will appear at Southwark Crown Court on October 14th.

The late Queen Elizabeth II will remain in Westminster Hall until the day of her funeral, which will take place tomorrow.

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