Queen Elizabeth’s bodyguard has reportedly been arrested over alleged possession of drugs.
The arrest was done following traces of white powder was found in a bathroom at St James’s Palace.
The bodyguard was alleged to have nine cocaine and ketamine bags among its contents after the police searched his room and car at Wellington Barracks.
The Guardsman was arrested by the Royal Military Police and was suspended from ceremonial duties pending the investigation’s outcome.
Officers launched an investigation, according to news reports, after white powder was spotted in the toilets of the guardroom where the soldier had been in service.
They eventually found five bags of what was believed to be cocaine and four bags of ketamine, a sedative horse that is also a drug of class A.