Man rollerblading towards Prince Charles III’s car tackled by police

Man rollerblading towards prince charles iii's car tackled by police

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Man rollerblading towards Prince Charles III’s car tackled by police: A man on roller skates was detained by police after he skated towards King Charles’ car as it was driving through central London towards Westminster Hall.

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