London Police The man who tried to approach the coffin was arrested Queen Elizabeth II Last Friday night (16), in Westminster Hall.
According to the Guardian newspaper, the man, whose name has not been revealed, left the line and managed to cross the isolated area into the coffin. The guards who were at the scene quickly managed to stop him and put him on the ground.
Police said: “Around 10pm on Friday, officials from Parliamentary Command and Diplomatic Protection arrested a man in Westminster Hall following disturbances. He was arrested for a felony under the Public Order Act and is now in custody.”
Queue to visit the coffin
The Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 at the age of 96.. The sarcophagus is located on a purple slab, on top of a pedestal, covered with the royal standard, the imperial crown and the sceptre, symbols of the power of the British monarchy.
In London, thousands of people paid their last respects to the Queen in Westminster Hall, the oldest part of the British Parliament.
On Friday morning, the constant influx of subjects forced authorities to suspend access to a queue for several kilometers for at least six hours, as the wait for the coffin takes about 14 hours.
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