A protester has been bound over to keep the peace for 12 months after he lunged at a car carrying the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall before the Archbishop of Canterbury's enthronement in Canterbury.
Jonathan Elliott, 47, was arrested on suspicion of breach of the peace after running at the car containing the royal couple.
The incident happened as guests filed into the cathedral grounds for the enthronement of the Most Rev Justin Welby as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.
A man is due to appear before magistrates in Canterbury this morning, accused of running at the car which was carrying the Prince of Wales into Canterbury Cathedral for the Archbishop of Canterbury’s enthronement ceremony. The 47 year old from Whitstable in Kent spent the night in police custody.
Just before the enthronement ceremony, a man allegedly ran in front of the car carrying the Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall to Canterbury Cathedral. The 47-year-old was detained on suspicion of breach of the peace. Picture: Joel Tennant.
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