man alleged to have sparked a significant safety scare by throwing shotgun cartridges over the gates of Buckingham Palace earlier than the Coronation has been charged with firearms offences.
Canine breeder David Huber, 60, is alleged to have travelled 250 miles from a distant farm in North Stainmore, Cumbria on Could 2.
Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Ade Adelekan informed journalists on the time how a suspect had initially requested officers if he might communicate to a soldier hours earlier than King Charles and Queen Cammilla had been topped at Westminster Abbey.
When informed that was not doable, he allegedly started hurling the ammunition over the gates.
The person was searched and allegedly discovered to be in possession of a lock knife.
Throughout the arrest, a managed explosion needed to be carried out on his bag.
Police mentioned the incident was not being handled as terror-related.
After the incident, the person was detained beneath the Psychological Well being Act.
However following an investigation by the Met, Huber appeared at Cumbria Magistrates’ Courtroom on Tuesday accused of possession of an offensive weapon, a bladed article and ammunition.
He has been bailed to look at Carlisle Crown Courtroom on November 3 for a plea and case administration listening to.
Neither the King nor the Queen had been at Buckingham Palace on the time of the incident, however Charles did host Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese earlier.