Europe’s open borders to crime waves: Swedish Prince attacked in Cannes

Maybe if we had more politicians and royalty subject to random attacks around Europe like the rest of the population, EU and the powers to be (political criminals) may finally do what they should have done ages ago: close the borders. It would be great if the next of them could be attacked by one of our many gypsies, or their wives raped by a random Muslim or illegal so they can actually grasp the social changes that have taken place in a short two decades.

Provence & Côte d’Azur: The Royal Palace says the prince is unhurt

Swedish Prince attacked in Cannes

Sweden’s Prince Carl Philip has been attacked outside Cannes’ iconic Bâoli nightclub. The minor incident has made headlines throughout Sweden, but the prince intends to continue his French Riviera holiday with his supermodel girlfriend.

The 33-year-old prince will continue his vacation in the region.

Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet reported that the Prince was leaving the nightclub at 3 am on Saturday with friends and his girlfriend when he received an unprovoked blow to the head by a stranger. His girlfriend, former supermodel Sofia Hellqvist, jumped to his aid as the unknown man grabbed him round the neck. The pair managed to fend off the attacker without any police assistance in the scuffle, which was filmed by Aftonbladet.

In Stockholm, Palace spokesman Bertil Ternert told reporters that the prince was not injured and it has not been decided whether charges would be made.

Despite the incident, the prince, who is third in line to the throne, does not intend to return to Sweden just yet, planning instead to finish his holiday in the Cannes area.

Emma Hawcroft


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