Man charged in relation to Queen coffin incident


Man charged in relation to Queen coffin incident
A 28-year-old man has been charged with a public order offence after it was claimed that he broke away from the line of mourners on Friday in order to approach the Queen's coffin.

On Monday, Muhammad Khan, a resident of east London's Tower Hamlets, will show up before Westminster Magistrates' Court.

He was accused of violating the Public Order Act, according to the Metropolitan Police.

At some point about 22:00 BST, the Westminster Hall live video stream was interrupted by the event.

Muhammad Khan, 28, of Barleycorn Way in Tower Hamlets, was charged on Saturday, September 17, with violating Section 4A of the Public Order Act, which prohibits conduct that is intended to create alarm, harassment, or distress.

On Monday, September 19, he will make an appearance while being held at Westminster Magistrates' Court.

He is the second individual accused of breaking the law while waiting in line to see the Queen lying in state.

Following allegations that he exposed himself and shoved waiting mourners in the back of Victoria Tower Gardens on Wednesday, a 19-year-old male was accused.

Two allegations of sexual assault and two counts of violating a court order prohibiting sexual injury were brought against Adio Adeshine. On October 14, he will show up in Southwark Crown Court.

Until her funeral on Monday, the late Queen Elizabeth II will stay in Westminster Hall.

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