£5,000 Money and 6 Months in Prison for Teenager Who Throws Eggs at King Charles
Patrick Thelwell, who threw eggs to King Charles and Co-Queen Camilla in England, launched an online donation campaign to cover his legal expenses.
23-year-old student Patrick Thelwell, who laid eggs for King Charles and his wife Queen Camilla in England, launched an online donation campaign to cover his legal expenses. The donation announcement of student Thelwell, which was learned to face a fine of £5,000 and a 6-month prison sentence for protesting, was removed from the air after a while..
Patrick Thelwell, who was caught after laying eggs to Charles and Co-Queen Camilla, came up with an interesting subject this time. Thelwell appealed for support by launching an online fundraiser to cover her legal costs.
The 23-year-old student, who started a campaign on the GoFoundMe site, shared his photo with an egg in his hand. Thelwell said he is aiming to raise £10,000.
Did King Charles Block the Donation Announcement?
However, Thelwell's donation ad on the site was removed after a while. Thelwell allegedly collected £178 from 18 donors. The student argued that the amount exceeded £500.
Speaking to the British press, student Thelwell said, "My GoFundMe ad was deleted, they didn't say why. Most likely, the King called."