The Extinction Rebellion protester who was detained for hurling eggs at King Charles claims he is no longer permitted to carry eggs in public or approach the monarch within 500 meters.
Yesterday, Patrick Thelwell, age 23, threw at least four eggs at Prince Charles and Camilla, the Queen Consort, during a public walkabout in York.
The student missed the pair, and officers wrestled him to the ground.
On December 1, he is scheduled to appear in court for a Section 4 public order violation.
Thelwell disclosed to The Mirror that his bail conditions include remaining at least 500 meters away from the King and not possessing eggs in public.
He stated that this ailment was eventually rectified, allowing him to go grocery shopping.