Unknown 22-year-old man broke into Buckingham Palace Queen Elizabeth II. It is reported by The Sun.
It is noted that the Queen was sleeping during the incident. The young man managed to jump the fence, and then a few minutes he walked around the building and knocked on the door. Soon he was detained in custody.
The publication recalled the story of Michael Fagan, which happened exactly 37 years ago and could inspire the violator. In 1982, an unemployed Irish Fagan twice unlawfully entered Buckingham Palace. Inside the building he frightened the servants, drank expensive wine, slept on the throne, and even sat on the bed in the Royal bedroom. When during the second penetration, the guard detained him, he said that he wanted to check the alarm. Later, the jury acquitted Fagan, the father of four children, since the experts found he had a mental illness.
In June it was reported that Queen Elizabeth II left Buckingham Palace due to the invasion of rats. The Palace, founded in 1703, call the professionals at pest control, said the source.
In 2017, it was reported that an American broke into the office of President of the United States Donald trump in a country residence Mar-a-Lago in palm beach (Florida) and made it self against the backdrop of a portrait of the Republican in his youth.
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