On Wednesday, Prince Andrew, third son of Queen Elizabeth, was intercepted by the security police of the Buckingham Palace when he was mistaken for a thief in the gardens of the royal house.
After a recent attempted robbery of the Royal Palace, security operations were intensified causing the police to confuse Prince Andrew with a thief while he was taking a walking in the palace garden.
Despite several publications of different media on the unintended event, the officers did not use a firearm or force.
Two days before, the police arrested two men suspected of trying to steal the royal residence of Queen Elizabeth II. This men were released on bail but must remain available to the police.