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Shocking: A Concerned Citizen Reported Queen Elizabeth II To The Police- See The Reason

Seeing as Queen Elizabeth II has ruled for 64 years, Her Majesty can do whatever she bloody well pleases.That didn’t sit well with a certain concerned citizen, who called the U.K. equivalent of 911 to report that the queen was breaking the law. The West Yorkshire Police department wasn’t too pleased with the caller

“Although civil and criminal proceedings cannot be taken against the Sovereign as a person under U.K. law, the queen is careful to ensure that all her activities in her personal capacity are carried out in strict accordance with the law,” the statement says.

Though one would assume the queen couldn’t get away with murder, her immunity hasn’t been tested. The last true test of sovereign immunity was in 1911, when King George V was accused of bigamy. The Lord Chief Justice said that the king could not be ordered to give evidence, according to BBC.

“So it is based not only custom, but also on case law,” constitutional expert Lord St. John of Fawsley told BBC. “You would get eccentric people coming forward and summoning the Queen into the courts, and it would make her position impossible.”

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If you look at these photos of the queen driving, you’ll notice she rarely buckles up:

  • 1957
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    Driving her children, Prince Charles and Princess Anne, at Windsor, watched by a group of onlookers in 1957.
  • 1958
    Bob Haswell via Getty Images
    Attending a polo match in Windsor, U.K. in August 1958.
  • 1982
    Tim Graham via Getty Images
    Driiving in Windsor Great Park in 1982.
  • 1992
    Anwar Hussein via Getty Images
    During the Royal Windsor Horse Show in May 1992.
  • 1995
    Tim Graham via Getty Images
    Arriving to watch polo at Smiths Lawn in June 1995.
  • 2000
    Tim Graham via Getty Images
    Driving on the grounds of Windsor Castle in 2000.
  • 2002
    Tim Graham via Getty Images
    After watching the Duke of Edinburgh take the lead in the International Driving Grand Prix at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in May 2002.
  • 2005
    Carl De Souza via Getty Images
    Driving around the grounds of Windsor during the Royal Windsor Horse Show in May 2005.
  • 2005
    Tim Graham via Getty Images
    Driving during the Royal Windsor Horse Show in May 2005.
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