Disturbing Incident At Windsor Castle Sparks A Major Investigation
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There are some places that one would expect to have very high security, and Queen Elizabeth II's home should be among the most well-guarded places in the world. Apparently, it's not, as a disturbing incident at Windsor Castle in April 2022 suggests that the queen's security needs a major upgrade.
On April 26, an intruder dressed as a priest was invited into Windsor Castle, and allegedly had drinks with officers while waiting all night to see Queen Elizabeth. "[He] said his name was Father Cruise and claimed to be a friend of the battalion's padre, the Rev. Matt Coles," a source said to Page Six.
When the intruder began talking about working as an ejector-seat test pilot and other ridiculous stories, officers got suspicious and figured out he was a fraud. This isn't the only royal break-in in recent history; in 1982, a man named Michael Fagan infiltrated the queen’s bedroom at Buckingham Palace and had an entire conversation with her before anyone noticed him.