The article looks at the woman who was arrested holding an anti-monarchy sign in Scotland during King Charles proclamation. We will delve deeper to get to know her and the motive behind her action.
Who was the woman arrested with the Ant-monarchy sign?
The woman is a 22 year old.
She was arrested with an Anti-monarchy sign.
The inscription on the sign is read in part as “Imperialism”, abolish monarchy.
The lonely anti-monarchy lady protester was at Mercat Cross in the Scottish capital.
Appearing in a sweater with a spectacle to match, the woman was in what appears like a green colored “hair do” held the sign up.
The sign partially covered her face.
She was ushered out by the police as one man shouted: “Let her go! It’s free speech!” .
The Scotland police spokeswoman later confirmed the arrest. She said
Police have since confirmed that a 22-year-old woman was arrested ‘in connection with a breach of the peace.
“A 22-year-old woman was arrested outside St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh, on Sunday 11 September, 2022 in connection with a breach of the peace.”
King Charles booed at his proclamation in Scotland.
His Majesty’s State Trumpeters sounded a fanfare at the famous Edinburgh Castle and the Lord Lyon King of Arms read a proclamation for the King, prompting boos from other members of the crowd.
It was not all boos as when The Lord Lyon King of Arms ended the speech with the words: “God save the King.”, majority responded with “God Save the King”.