Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin is on display at Westminster Hall until Monday, the day of her burial.
UNITED KINGDOM – The Queen’s retirement is already in disarray. On the evening of Friday, September 16, a man was arrested for running a catafalque there Queen Elizabeth’s coffin At Westminster Hall, at London.
A video circulating on social media shows a long line of Britons looking to pay their last respects to the Queen, who died on September 8. After suddenly sick and tired faces Hours of waiting Distortion from trauma. The camera lens then focuses on a man on the platform who is later brought back by the police.
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Live broadcasts on British channels, allowing people to follow the flow of people around the coffin, were interrupted for several minutes to cover arresting images. English media reported that the man ran to touch the Queen’s coffin. A forbidden gesture, the British were allowed to meditate only a few meters away Queen Elizabeth II.
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Scotland Yard confirmed the facts in a statement, citing “Trouble”. The man was arrested and jailed. Parliament has also informed that “Aware of an incident (…). The person was removed from the lobby and after a brief interruption the queue resumed”.
The event took place hours after a “Princes’ Wake”, during which four of Elizabeth II’s children were present King Charles III, gathered for several minutes in front of their mother’s coffin. The funeral will be held on Monday.
Thousands of Britons and foreigners flocked to Westminster to bid farewell to the Queen, who had reigned for 70 years. Waiting queue The wait was calculated to see his coffin stretch miles along the banks of the Thames that Saturday morning.” At least 24 hours » According to Govt.
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