According to the new report, a man was “stoned to death” as he walked through a historic palace in the UK this week.
Local authorities noticed reports of a “disturbance” in the grounds of Lillingstone Castle in Ainsford around 5:20 pm. On Thursday they identified the body of a man in his 60s as a local As Charles Hilton, According to The Guardian.
Hilter was pronounced dead at the scene.
A Kent Police spokesman said the victim was “throwing rocks” and that the victim “may have been involved in a skirmish with two boys or young people near a lake in the grounds.”
But nearby Grammy Award-winning songwriter Victoria Horn Metro told the UK The victim “was walking outside. They stoned him to death.”
“This is where I treat my dog. Now I’m very worried about getting him out,” he said.
The strange village surrounding the 15-acre palace – a popular picnic spot with 15 acres of lake and many gardens – has been told by local residents to British media that anti-social behavior was recently seen during the Corona virus lockdown.
A villager told The Guardian earlier this week that a manager at a local cricket club was “threatened with a broken bottle” by a youth.
“It was an absolutely horrible incident and it scared the lives of those who were there in one afternoon,” he said.
One resident, Stephen Jury, wrote to local Conservative lawmaker Laura Trott, saying that “there have been a number of events in the last week or so,” according to The Guardian.
“Why does it take the death of an innocent man to do something?” He asked. “I feel for that poor man’s family, but something like that comes up!”