Anorak News | Palace break in: did any police think to search Prince Andrew?

Palace break in: did any police think to search Prince Andrew?

by | 9th, September 2013

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CONFUSION as to what really happened when a man was found in Buckingham Palace tourist trail after hours (the Mirror says he’d paid to be there; the Indy said he scaled 12 floors) was only made worse when two days later Prince Andrew was challenged by police. Did they pull gins. Yes, says the Express. No, say the police.

Andrew went on the record:

“The police have a difficult job to do balancing security for the Royal Family and deterring intruders, and sometimes they get it wrong. I am grateful for their apology and look forward to a safe walk in the garden in the future.”

Any was stopped under sus laws but never  searched. Anorak has watched enough episodes of Jeremy Kyle to know that when things go missing from the family home, it’s wise not to rule out the nearest and dearest. Rumours are heavy that Andy is set to remarry Sarah Ferguson, a woman who once pimped him out and has had issues with money.

Might it be that the police did not do their jobs well enough?

Why was he there?

What was he up to?

How can he afford his lavish lifestyle with no job?

Can a nine iron prize open a window?

Heads will roll…

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