Report: British police foiled plot to poison Prince George’s ice cream

A man on trial in Britain for allegedly planning a terror attack has spoken of a plot to poison Prince George’s ice cream, reports Sky News.

Sahayb Abu, 27, is being prosecuted for purchasing a sword and balaclavas for a terror attack. He was arrested in July.

According to Sky News, he described a conversation he had with an undercover police officer over the alleged plot, which ultimately landed an unidentified suspect in jail for 28 years.

“You know what his plan was? Say like the Royal Family house is there, go to the nearest Sainsbury’s and… put poison in the ice creams so the Royal Family will go and buy the ice creams from there.

“They’re gonna go buy some ice creams and then most likely the son will eat it.”

This file photo taken on September 7, 2017, shows Britain’s Prince George arriving for his first day of school at Thomas’s school in southwest London. (AFP/Pool/Richard Pohle)

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