Excitement at Buckingham Palace: An intruder attempted to gain access to the Queen's chambers last night.
Queen Elizabeth II (93) will not forget that night so quickly: at two o'clock in the morning on Thursday night, a man tried to invade his palace. As the British media reports, the 22-year-old was able to overcome the fence of Buckingham Palace. He then tried to enter through a door.
"He was desperate to enter the palace and work on the doors, but luckily they were all locked," said an insider of the British Sun. According to the newspaper, it took the police four minutes to arrest the aggressor who was mentally disturbed.
Memories of a previous case
The incident is now likely to occupy the security staff of the palace: "How can we just climb the fence and walk on the ground without being stopped immediately?", Ask insiders. "What about thermal imaging cameras and surveillance cameras? The safety of the queen must be the top priority. "
The fact that the queen stayed in the palace at that time was obvious to everyone: the royal flag was hoisted, as always, when the monarch is present.
The events of last night evoke the memories of another uninvited nocturnal visitor to the Queen: on July 9, 1982, almost 37 years earlier, unemployed father Michael Fagan had access to the palace through a gutter . He went to the Queen's room, where he spoke for ten minutes. The alarm button, installed under the monarch's bed, did not work. Subsequently, the security measures in the palace were considerably strengthened.
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