Heckler calls Prince Andrew ‘sick old man’ as royals trail Queen’s coffin, get violently ripped from crowd

An otherwise somber procession for the late Queen Elizabeth II was tarnished Monday as the presence of her dishonored son, Prince Andrew, incited a protest leading to an arrest.

The newly crowned King Charles III was joined by his siblings, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince Andrew in Edinburgh, Scotland as part of the ongoing memorial service where they marched behind the queen’s hearse on the way to St. Giles’ Cathedral from the monarch’s Holyroodhouse.

The solemn crowd looked on in silence at the royal proceeding allowing for a heckler to be heard clearly as he berated the Duke of York.

“Andrew, you’re a sick old man,” the heckler shouted from the crowd before other attendees swiftly turned on him.

While others shoved the heckler, who was later said to be identified as a 22-year-old named Rory, Scotland Police can be seen hauling him away with one voice defending him shouting, “Hands off him.”

“Disgusting!” the young man yelled, as officers removed him from the crowd. He is then seen holding his hands up in innocence declaring, “I’ve done nothing wrong.”

Meanwhile, the crowd attempted to recapture the mood of the procession by chanting, “God save the King.”

When interviewed after his arrest, the young man explained himself, plainly stating, “Powerful men shouldn’t be allowed to commit sexual crimes and get away with it.”

Earlier this year, Prince Andrew was stripped of his royal title and all honors by Queen Elizabeth II as a U.S. lawsuit alleged he had slept with then 17-year-old Virginia Roberts Giuffre as part of the illicit enterprise ascribed to Jeffrey Epstein.

While the Duke of York denied all charges, he did go on to settle with Giuffre for a sum of $12 million.

Social media reacted in defense of the heckler as they further decried Prince Andrew’s reputation and his participation in the procession.

Of course, the scandal-ridden prince didn’t help his case when he was caught on camera allegedly groping his own daughter as they looked at the flowers left in honor of the queen.

Having been stripped of his honor, the veteran of the Falklands War was prohibited from wearing his military dress for the remainder of the events honoring Queen Elizabeth II save for the final vigil to be held at Westminster Hall, according to journalist Omid Scobie.

Friend to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Scobie noted that Harry, himself a 10-year veteran, was not yet expected to receive such an exception after separating himself from the royal family to move to America.

“As a non-working member of the family, Prince Andrew will not wear uniform to above events. However, ‘as a special mark of respect’, a royal source says he will at the final vigil in Westminster Hall. The Palace have yet to say whether this exception also applies to Prince Harry,” the journalist wrote before adding, “CONFIRMED: I understand that, unlike Prince Andrew at final vigil, Prince Harry will NOT be allowed to wear uniform at any ceremonial events . No doubt a huge blow for the Duke of Sussex, who served for 10 years and this morning spoke of the Queen being his ‘commander-in-chief’.”


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