Egg is ‘thrown at King Charles’ AGAIN during a walkabout in Luton as man in his 20s is arrested

Man ‘throws an egg at King Charles’ during walkabout before being arrested on suspicion of common assault – exactly one month after the monarch and Queen Consort were hit with eggs

An egg was thrown at King Charles again today, according to police – who arrested a man in his 20s on suspicion of common assault. 

The monarch is believed to have been targeted during a walkabout on St George’s Square in Luton. 

Charles had been temporarily steered away from the crowds outside Luton Town Hall by his security staff shortly after arriving.

He then resumed shaking hands with members of the public after being moved to a different area. 

It comes exactly a month after Charles, 74, was pelted with four eggs in York by a man shouting ‘this country was built on the blood of slaves’.

The protester was later identified as Patrick Thelwell, a 23-year-old Extinction Rebellion activist who once stood as a Green Party candidate.

King Charles is held by a security guard after an egg was apparently thrown by someone in the crowd

King Charles is held by a security guard after an egg was apparently thrown by someone in the crowd 

A MONTH AGO: In a previous incident, Charles, 74, was pelted with four eggs in York by a man shouting 'this country was built on the blood of slaves'

A MONTH AGO: In a previous incident, Charles, 74, was pelted with four eggs in York by a man shouting ‘this country was built on the blood of slaves’

The York protester was later identified as Patrick Thelwell, a 23-year-old Extinction Rebellion activist who once stood as a Green Party candidate

The York protester was later identified as Patrick Thelwell, a 23-year-old Extinction Rebellion activist who once stood as a Green Party candidate 

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