Queen Elizabeth II’s death was announced by Buckingham Palace. Her majesty the Queen passed away at Balmoral Castle at the age of 96 years old after 70 years of service on the throne.An outpouring of grief, emotion, and sadness has proceeded the passing of Britain’s longest reigning monarch in history.
However, her death was not respected by everybody, as a supposed band of supporters vandalised an industrial unit with foul mouthed, anti-monarchy messages.Read More: Prem fixtures postponed as football mourns Queen's deathA picture showing the words ‘f*** the Queen” spray painted onto a wall with around 17 black-clad figures wearing hoods posing in front of the vandalism was shared on social media.
The was circulated on social media at around 10:30pm, four hours after the Queen’s death was announced to the country.And the photograph has been met with furious anger and resentment from many on social media. "Mam , I don’t want any tea … I’m off to paint a wall about a 96 year old women dying,” one angry person wrote on social media.Another wrote: "Grown men left their families for the night to go and spray a wall about a 96 year old dying." Someone else added: "Pishing rain half 10 at night n their out way spray paint over the death of a 96 year old holy f."Another added: "This is honestly the most embarrassing things I’ve ever seen,” while another concurred, writing, “Someone else said: "Grown men on a work night."Another said: "British born, with British passports.Read more on dailystar.co.uk