A man has been arrested in London after exposing his penis to at least two women while waiting in line to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth II, who died last week. The 19-year-old man was then arrested by police after attempting to avoid them by jumping into the River Thames.

A woman told TMZ that she felt the man approaching her from behind, and turned to see him with his member out in the open. He then hopped into the river but eventually had to climb out and was promptly arrested afterward.

He appeared in court on Friday where he was reportedly charged with two counts of sexual assault as well as two counts of breaching a sexual harm prevention order.

There have been a few incidents that have slightly disrupted ceremonies around The Queen. One man was forcibly removed from a procession for protesting Prince Andrew’s presence there, shouting “Andrew, you’re a sick old man!”

Andrew has recently been in headlines for his alleged sexual abuse of Virginia Giuffre, who was trafficked by Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein. Giuffre had filed suit against Andrew, but it was settled out of court.

 

Some anti-royalist protestors have even been arrested, including the notable author Symon Hill, who said he was arrested for simply calling out “Who elected him?” at King Charles III’s coronation. Hill said he was simply advocating against the crown and not intending disrespect on the late Queen.

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