A 37-year-old man was arrested by the police under suspicion of having stolen several valuables from the british royal family.
the gästfrihetschefen at Buckingham Palace with his medal from the Storbritanniska the order of the bath. It was the medal of the order was discovered to be used out of the sale of the näthandelssajten Ebay for a little over 4000 dollars.
The 37-year-old man is said to be the gästfrihetsassistent at Buckingham Palace, and lived there for more than six years of age. According to Entertainment Daily, to have Scotland Yard confirmed a man was detained by the british royal family hovstall on Friday, August 7th.
the Newspaper said that the man was just released on police bail while the investigation is under way, and this is the first time that an employee is suspected of stealing things from the british royal family.< Morddömd one of them in the area of the
on the other hand, it is not the first time that there is a disturbance on Buckingham Palace. In 2013, tried to use a knife to get past the security check points. Two months before, the two men have been arrested for trying to get out of the queen Elizabeth II, by climbing over a fence and into the field. Although the has been listed as one of the worst säkerhetsincidenterna.
in 2016, took to the convicted murderer, Dennis Hennessy of the queen Elizabeth II is in residence. The alarm was triggered, and he was arrested when he was walking in the garden in front of the castle. According to the man's lawyer, Sikander Choudry, " he had no bad intention with the murklättrandet.
" Mr. Hennessy had no malicious intent, directed against the royal family, it was not, therefore, he made his way to the Buckingham Palace, " he said.
Soon after, there was a discussion about possible security improvements at the Buckingham Palace.
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