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Verdict of The man who threw eggs at King Charles the third

On Wednesday, Patrick Thelwell a 23 years old student pelted eggs at the king and queen, however the eggs missed the royal couple who were in Yorkshire on a royal visit. The man was arrested and brought before a judge. Patrick on an interview said the ruling was amusing.

The student who is an environmentalist after being released on bailed said he did so because he believes all Humans are equal and so there should be no kings. As part of his bail terms he was banned from carrying eggs in public with an exception of groceries, the rules he called amusing.

He was also ordered to keep a minimum distance of five hundred metres away from the king. Patrick says after he was arrested there was pure rage from the public who said that his head should be on a spike and that he should be murdered on the spot.

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