Prosecuting the prince: Henry of Wales goes on trial 'In The Dock'

Prince Harry faces charges of minor war crimes after not wearing a tie while meeting D-Day war veterans at Southwick house

Another day, another tieless appearance in front of the military

Friday, June 3, 2016

It was a scene reminiscent of the English Civil War today on talkRADIO, as royalty went on trial for the first time in more than 300 years. 

'In The Dock' was Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales, who was accused of minor war crimes after not wearing a tie to meet D-Day veterans.

One former soldier called him out on his attire, asking the member of the royal family: "Where's your bloody tie?". 

Counsel for the prosecution of 'His Royal Tieless' was producer Cass, while 'paid intern' Cornelius defended the sartorially-challenged royal and His Right Honourable judge Jake Yapp oversaw the proceedings. 

Listen in to hear the verdict on Prince Harry.