Who is Muhammad Khan? Man charged over Queen coffin incident


A 28-year-elderly person has been accused of a public request offense after purportedly passing on the line of grievers to move toward the Sovereign’s casket on Friday.

On Monday, Muhammad Khan, an inhabitant of east London’s Pinnacle Villages, will appear under the watchful eye of Westminster Justices’ Court.


He was blamed for abusing the Public Request Act, as per the Metropolitan Police.

Sooner or later around 22:00 BST, the Westminster Corridor live video transfer was intruded on by the occasion.

Muhammad Khan, 28, of Barleycorn Way in Pinnacle Villages, was charged on Saturday, September 17, with disregarding Segment 4A of the Public Request Act, which forbids direct that is expected to make alert, badgering, or pain.

On Monday, September 19, he will show up while being held at Westminster Judges’ Court.

He is the subsequent individual blamed for violating the law while holding up in line to see the Sovereign lying in state.

Following charges that he uncovered himself and pushed holding up grievers toward the rear of Victoria Pinnacle Nurseries on Wednesday, a 19-year-old male was blamed.

Two claims of rape and two counts of disregarding a court request restricting sexual injury were brought against Adio Adeshine. On October 14, he will appear in Southwark Crown Court.

Until her burial service on Monday, the late Sovereign Elizabeth II will remain in Westminster Corridor.