A man sexually assaults two women who were queuing to enter the queen’s burning chapel

The women wasn waiting in the long line of citizens who wanted to pay their respects to the queen, specifically in the area of ​​the Victoria Tower gardens when the man violated them. Before being arrested, the man jumped into the River Thames in an unsuccessful attempt to flee from the police.

Adeshine was released from custody this Friday after appearing in court, accused of two counts of sexual assault and two charges of breaches of a sexual harm prevention order, according to DailyMail.

Kilometric queues of people to the south bank of the Thames in the goodbye to Elizabeth II

Kilometric queues of people to the south bank of the Thames in the goodbye to Elizabeth II

The accused denied the accusations made and pleaded not guilty to the charges, but the prosecutor assured that Adeshine was part “of the line to fire Queen Elizabeth II”, his vvictims were among thousands of people waiting along the Thames to see the coffin of the queen. One of the complainants stated that before she felt the young man, she had not seen him, despite spending long hours surrounded by the same people queuing.

Later the first complainant saw the man act in the same way with another woman who was also waiting and decided To call the police. When the agents approached, he threw his cell phone into the river and then himself, only to be arrested minutes later.

.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.