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Batman scales Buckingham Palace

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

This is an interesting news from London. A protester dressed in a Batman costume apparently scaled the front wall of Buckingham Palace and perched for more than five hours on a ledge near the balcony where the Royal Family appears on ceremonial occasions.

From reports, the police were stung by the ease with which 'Batman' climbed up to his perch. Asked if the breach was embarrassing for authorities, "There's no doubt it is...".


The picture shows a police officer, left, watches 'Batman', right, who stands on a ledge at London's Buckingham Palace.
posted by Ivan Choe, 2:54 pm

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