David Huber will be discussed in this post. We will look at how the man caused a security alert ahead of the British monarch’s coronation.
Who is David Huber?
He is a 60 year old man from Cumbria. Huber is a single man and a dog breeder and is quoted to have even shared a tribute in honour of the Queen’s death.
David Huber “breeds Hungarian Vizslas” and he does this at his “remote countryside cottage overlooking the fells”.
The 60 year old dog breeder came to Buckingham Place ahead of the King’s coronation.
Huber is quoted to have asked to have an audience with a soldier, but was denied. He then began throwing cartridges from his shot gun into the royal residence.
He was then seized by police officers. In his rucksack which was laid on the ground was what was said to a ‘copy of The Happiness Advantage by US author Shawn Achor’. The content of the copy was about using positive psychology at work to “enhance individual achievement”.
What David Huber neighbors are saying about him.
He is said to have been heard saying:”I’m going to kill the King”.
A month after the Queen’s death, Huber is reported to have shared a meme on Facebook which said: “They said I changed a lot. I said a lot changed me.”
A neighbor to Huber said:
“I would see him walking his dogs and wouldn’t have a bad word to say about him.
“If he’s gone there with intent, that’s really shocking.”
He was arrested on “suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon after he was searched and a knife”.