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“She’s not dead”: UK man arrested after planning to tell the Queen to ‘get out’ of the coffin

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Flora Mitumba  (report )

A man named Mark Hague was arrested by police after he told a television crew that he was going to tell the Queen to get out of the coffin. He claimed that he wasn’t dead. He was abusive toward police officers and he was charged an additional (£120) for his demeanor. Hague told a television crew that he was going to tell the Queen to get out of the coffin as he believed she was not dead. Consequently, he was arrested by the London Metropolitan Police for an offence under the public order act. “A male, now known to be Mr Hague, was heard saying, ‘I will tell her to get out of her f***ing coffin because she’s not dead’,” said Prosecutor Louise Burnell.

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