The Queen’s Bedroom
Ahh Buckingham Palace, possible the most well known structure in the world, comparable to the Unites States’ White House. Why select this place as an area off limits to the public? Well the palace may be one thing, however the Queen’s bedroom is another. In 1982, a man named Michael Fagan scaled the Buckingham Palace’s 4.3 meter high wall, disregarding the rotating spikes and security fencing. Eventually he moved up a drainpipe and happened upon Queen Elizabeth’s room in the wee hours of the morning. Since this episode, security at the royal residence has been increased and the edge of the ruler’s room is furnished with refined alerts, movement sensors and round-the-clock security monitoring. This increased security will ensure that no one enters the Queen’s room without a ‘royal’ invitation, literally.