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A former supermarket worker who allegedly planned to kill Queen Elizabeth with a crossbow has pleaded guilty for the first time. Jaswant Singh Chail, 21, was arrested on Christmas Day at Queen Elizabeth's private residence, Windsor Castle.
Chail, from Southampton, Hampshire, is said to have told a security officer: "I'm here to kill the Queen", before being handcuffed and arrested. He admitted that he intended to hurt or frighten the late Queen.
At the time of his arrest Chail was 19, unemployed but had previously worked in a Co-op supermarket while living with his parents and sister in Hampshire. Judge Jeremy Baker said Chail will be sentenced on March 31, after a psychiatric report assessing his guilt is sent to the judge.