British police told a court on Wednesday that a man had been arrested with a bow and a number of arrows at Queen Elizabeth‘s home in Windsor Castle on Christmas Day last year, and the suspect said he came to the castle to kill the Queen.
The court was told that Jaswant Singh Chail, 20, accused under the British treason act, appeared at Windsor Castle wearing a headscarf and a mask.
Reuters reported that a police officer said the suspect looked like a guard in a movie.
Police in the United Kingdom apprehended a man for attempting to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II who was at the castle at the time of the accident on December 25 with her son and heir, Prince Charles, his wife Camilla, and other family members.
Following a counter-terror police investigation, Chail was charged with threatening to kill and possession of an offensive weapon under Section 2 of the Treason Act of 1842.
Chail, from Southampton in southern England, told a hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London that he wanted revenge against the political establishment in the UK.