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There was a rollicking madcap case of mistaken identity in the gardens of Buckingham Palace last week as British police officers mistook Prince Andrew for an intruder. No weapons were drawn during the confrontation, though the Sunday Express published the scintillating headline: "WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Prince Andrew held at gunpoint in Buckingham Palace terror." According to the police statement, two officers approached Prince Andrew at 6 PM on Wednesday in order "to verify his identity." In the report, they mention, "the man was satisfactorily identified." The Prince is a Duke and the Queen's second son. He has an apartment and an office in Buckingham Palace. It is his homestead, his place of work, and the location of his birth. The police were most likely on edge, as a man was arrested two days earlier inside the palace on suspicion of burglary.