British Monarch King Charles News: In Britain, a young man has been sentenced for throwing eggs at King Charles. The young man threw at least five eggs at King Charles on the way, in an incident in November he was convicted of threatening behaviour. Now he has to follow the ‘community order’ throughout the year.
This information was given by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). Prosecutors said the man who threw the egg at King Charles "100 hours of unpaid work" Has been sentenced to 12 months community order with. That young man has been identified as Patrick Thelwell. she is 23 years old. Patrick Thelwell was accused of throwing at least five eggs at King Charles in November, for which he was convicted of threatening behaviour.
100 hours will have to work without pay
According to Reuters reports, the incident of throwing eggs at King Charles took place when he was visiting York in northern England. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said the guilty "100 hours of unpaid work" with a sentence of 12 months community order. The CPS said the sentencing followed a trial at York Magistrates’ Court.
‘No remorse for his actions’
In a statement, Nick Price, head of the CPS Special Crimes and Counter Terrorism Division, said: "to Patrick Thelwell "Despite his arrest, he showed no remorse for his actions and persisted in his intention to kill HM (His Majesty) Charles with an egg." went into the statement, "This threatening behavior is unacceptable and will not be tolerated."
The young man said- King Charles deserves this
CPS said that while he was waiting for the police van to arrive after the incident, a man in the crowd asked him asked if he "Some" to which Patrick Thelwell replied, "I threw eggs at him because he deserves it."
Video went viral on social media
In a widely shared video on social media, the young man was seen hurling eggs at King Charles and his wife Camilla as they walked past York. I had arrived for a traditional ceremony. The eggs bounced and passed by the British Emperor and his wife and fell on the ground. King Charles’s coronation ceremony is now scheduled for May 6 at Westminster Abbey in London.
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