A New Zealand man was accused of plotting to throw horse manure at Britain's Prince Charles and his wife on Tuesday, Reuters reported.
Sam Bracanov, 76, was ordered by a New Zealand court to stay away from the royal family after being charged with planning to throw horse manure at Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.
Bracanov has had a long history of speaking out against the monarchy in Britain. He was arrested in 1994 for spraying air-fresheners at Prince Charles. He pleaded not guilty to preparing to commit a crime, although he appeared to be disappointed in not being able to carry out the task, Reuters wrote.
"I make it like liquid - like porridge," Bracanov told reporters. "I would have done it."
MSNBC by Reuters