A 25-year-old man was remanded in custody when he appeared in court in London on Monday, charged with trespassing on a protected site, after being arrested near Buckingham Palace.
Awad Mustafa, of no fixed addressed, was detained at 1:25 am (0025 GMT) on Saturday, following reports of a person climbing a wall near King Charles III’s London residence.
The Metropolitan Police said at the time he was detained outside the stables in the Royal Mews but he did not enter the palace or its grounds.
Mustafa was also charged with the attempted theft of a motor vehicle belonging to the stables, when he made a short appearance at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London.
He was denied bail until a further hearing next Monday.
The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace handles the road travel arrangements for the British monarch and other members of the royal family, by both car and horse-drawn carriage.
It is a working stables housing the Windsor Greys and Cleveland Bays that pull the royal carriages, and looks after state carriages and coaches.