Shocking scenes were recently on display in the UK after a super fan caused a major security fear for King Charles III.
According to local media outlets, the super fan got all excited and literally stood right in front of the new King’s car, causing security forces to scramble and take quick action to avoid any unfortunate incident.
The King’s car was reportedly forced to slow down as the man darted right in front of the vehicle to take an image. But little did he know that such behavior could have cost him his life.
Sources reported how the man was milliseconds away from his death after the King’s Rolls Royce began to make its way on the streets.
A special forces veteran shed light on how such behavior is really looked down upon as a special threat when any member of the royal family is involved and hence is dealt with strictly.
The drama was recently captured on a live Sky News broadcast during the earlier parts of the day, near the junction of Savoy Circus in East Acton, London.
Local media outlets reported how the King was on his way from Westminister Hall to RAF Northolt when his convoy was ambushed by a man.
He looked as if he was armed but in all reality, it was later revealed to be his camera in hand. He claimed that he wished no harm to the newly crowned monarch and only wished to have an up-close and personal image of the new king.
The male was described as wearing a white shirt paired with blue trousers. He was seen chasing the monarch’s vehicle for nearly 100 meters and that’s when he suddenly decided to dart on the road, crossing two lanes of traffic so he could snap images of the new king.
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