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Roller skater tied to ground after nearly colliding with King Charles’ car

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The incident came a week after a man ran in front of King Charles III’s car on September 13, giving him his first safety scare as monarch

LONDON, ENGLAND: A day after a man was attacked and arrested after trying to grab Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin, a man sparked panic after almost colliding with King Charles’ car while roller-skating. Chaos ensued when the 73-year-old was on his way to Westminster Hall at 7.40pm on Saturday 17 September to hold a vigil at the Queen’s coffin.

The man, who has yet to be identified, was attacked by police after nearly crashing into King Charles’ car. Officers present at the scene soon handcuffed him before letting him go. The skater flew towards the royal cavalcade before being blocked by police, the Evening Standard reported. The incident came a week after a man ran in front of King Charles III’s car on September 13, giving him his first safety scare as monarch. The man stepped into the street and tried to stop the Rolls-Royce vehicle as Charles drove through west London in his cavalcade.

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Footage shared online shows them on roller skates heading towards King Charles’ convoy near Parliament Square before being beaten up by police. A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: “As police vehicles pulled into Parliament Square at around 7.40pm, a pedestrian attempted to cross the road.”

The statement continued: “An officer on foot quickly intervened and took the man to the ground to prevent him from continuing. The man was then approached by officers before being allowed on his way.” Up to eight police officers reportedly attacked the skater and immediately handcuffed him. However, the man was later allowed to leave after they determined he had no intention of causing harm.

The man is believed to be pushing his way through a mourning line that included a seven-year-old girl. He rushed to the coffin and tried to raise the royal standard. The man is said to have then placed his hands on the Queen’s coffin.

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