Lawyer puts Prince Andrew's face on a bus: 'If you see this man please ask him to call the FBI'

Prince Andrew (Getty Images)
Prince Andrew (Getty Images)

While Harry and Meghan made headlines after it was revealed they would drop the "royal" branding, another member of the royal family also went viral over the weekend.

According to The Guardian, Prince Andrew got a lot of attention, this time because US lawyer, Gloria Allred, who represents victims' in the ongoing Jeffrey Epstein case, put Prince Andrew's face on a bus that was seen driving past Buckingham Palace. On it were the words, "If you see this man please ask him to call the FBI to answer their questions."

Associate Picture Editor at the Daily Mirror, Derek Momodu, shared the "post-birthday message" to Andrew on Twitter.


The not-so-subtle jab comes after US attorney, Geoffrey Berman revealed Prince Andrew "has provided zero cooperation" to the FBI in the Jeffrey Epstein case. This, after the royal said, when announcing he'd be stepping back from royal duties after his disastrous BBC interview, "I am willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency with their investigations, if required."

According to Express, military sources have now urged the queen to axe Andrew from the royal family's annual Trooping the Colour in June saying, "Prince Andrew's participation in the event would very likely and unfairly damage the reputation of the Queen and the monarchy, and he's already stirred up enough problems for them." 

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