Patrick Thelwell, a student who threw eggs at the British Monarch King Charles, was arrested and given bail. But was the student banned from carrying eggs? One of the conditions was that he could not carry eggs in public but the restriction was later lifted so he could go grocery shopping.
The environmental activist was released for the attempted egging of the King and is no longer allowed within 500 metres of the British monarch.
None of the eggs thrown at Charles hit the King as they were ushered away by minders but a video shows the eggs flying around Charles and his wife Camilla who looked bemused while the security detail blocked them from the egg rain.