Man in court charged with trespassing after arrest near Buckingham Palace | EUROtoday

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A person has appeared in court charged with trespassing on a protected website and making an attempt to steal from a motorized vehicle after being arrested near Buckingham Palace.

Awad Mustafa, 25, of no fastened abode, was arrested on Saturday in the Royal Mews space, subsequent to the palace, following reviews an individual was seen climbing the wall.

He has additionally been charged with tried theft from a motorized vehicle belonging to the equestrian stables throughout the identical incident.

Mustafa entered no pleas and was denied bail throughout a brief listening to at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

He will subsequent seem on the identical court on September 25.

Officers on the royal residence responded to an individual climbing the wall and coming into the Royal Mews at 1.25am on Saturday, the Metropolitan Police stated.

Following a search, a person was detained exterior the stables.

He didn’t enter the palace or its gardens at any time, the power added.

The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace is accountable for all highway journey preparations for the King and members of the royal household, from horse-and-carriage to automotive and from livery to harness.