A man accused of throwing an egg at King Charles last month appeared in court on Monday. Harry Spartacus May, 21, is charged with a public order offense after an egg was allegedly thrown at the monarch during a Dec. 6 visit to the town of Luton, some 48 kilometers (30 miles) from London. The defendant appeared at the Luton Magistrates' Court, where prosecutors said the case could only be heard by the chief magistrate. The charge alleges he used “threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress.” The next hearing is at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Friday. Prosecutor Matthew Taylor said this was a "special jurisdiction case" that could only be heard by the chief magistrate.
Man accused of hurling egg at Britain's King Charles appears in court
Harry Spartacus May, 21, has been charged with public order offense over incident in town of Luton
09 Ocak 2023 Pazartesi 20:48