Intruder Breaks Into Buckingham Palace While Queen Elizabeth Asleep

Written by on July 16, 2019

United Kingdom (4E) – An intruder has broken into the Buckingham Palace early in the morning yesterday. According to sources the intruder was able to enter while Queen Elizabeth II slept just a few meters away.

The intruder was a 22-year-old man who managed to gain access to the palace by scaling the front fence of the area. According to The Sun, he attempted to bang the doors of the monarch’s residence.

The man was apprehended by the police within four minutes of entry. He was thereafter check for possession of any weapon. The incident caused panic within the Palace as it is considered a major security breach.

“The police eventually detained him under the mental health act, but they have to ask some serious questions about how he got on and how he had so long to roam free,” a royal insider said.

Sources added that the Queen has been informed of the intrusion. The report also indicated that she was the only senior royal residing at the Palace due to the ongoing renovations. Prince Philip isn’t believed to be at the Palace when the incident happened.

The Buckingham Palace has been the subject of illegal trespass and intrusion in the past. The most famous incident involved an unemployed laborer named Michael Fagan who scaled the walls of the palace and managed to enter the Queen’s bedroom at around 7 in the morning.

The 31-year-old intruder suffered from schizophrenia and started telling the Queen about his family problems. The royal managed to push the panic button by her bed to alert security.

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