UK inquiry into ‘false priest’ who had links with the Queen’s guards | The world

UK inquiry into 'false priest' who had links with the Queen's guards |  The world

The British military said on Tuesday it had launched an investigation into reports that a man disguised as a priest had spent the night with soldiers serving to protect Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.

The British newspaper The Sun, without showing credentials or identifiable documents, allowed the traitor to enter the camps of the Goldstream guards, then ate, drank and shared stories with the soldiers.

The newspaper said the Queen was not in Windsor during the incident last Wednesday.

“This security breach is being taken very seriously by the military and will be fully investigated as a matter of priority,” a Defense Ministry spokesman said. Time. “

Transfer of guard at Windsor, one of Queen Elizabeth II’s official residences on July 22, 2021 – Photo: Twitter / British Royal Family

The Goldstream Guards are an infantry unit of the British Army whose responsibilities include the ceremonial role of guarding royal palaces.

The Queen returned from a short break to her home in Sandringham, east England, last Wednesday, but was told Buckingham Palace was not in King Windsor at 08:20 London (5:20 GMT), and the man was reportedly taken outside. படைமுகாம்.

Royal Guard parade during Prince Philip’s funeral in Windsor on April 17, 2021 – Photo: Kirsty O’Connor / Pool / Reuters

A palace spokesman said the incident was a matter for the Ministry of Defense.

Sun said the man claimed he was a priest and told authorities he was friends with a member of the battalion’s clergy.

He was then invited to come in and eat and drink and began to tell several stories, the newspaper said, citing a source.

The source told the newspaper that “when he started talking about the fact that he had worked as an ejector seat test pilot and had replaced some organs, doubts about his identity began to surface.”

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