Obscene Graffiti Found On British Palace

November 4, 2011 by staff 

Obscene Graffiti Found On British Palace, Kensington Palace has been home to some of the most respected members of Britain’s Royal Family. Queen Victoria used to live there, so did the Princess Diana of Wales. George II and Princess Margaret as well. What makes the discovery of some vulgar graffiti, left by a worker over 100 years, far more fantastic.

During the restoration work on the roof of the palace door, lightning has been discovered, dated 01/02/1902, which says: “Peter Jackson, Champion F *** er”

It is unclear whether the author is Peter Jackson (of course, not that Peter Jackson) or someone who really does not like Peter Jackson, but whoever it is, you have to admire his courage.

A Kensington Palace spokeswoman said the Telegraph (which have an image of the beam in question): “It seems that graffiti may have been left by a previous contractor responsible for remodeling or redecorating of the works in the palace over a century.

“Conservatives have conducted research in an attempt to find out more about Mr. Jackson and his role in the Kensington Palace, but no luck.”

Lee Prosser, conservative Buildings in Historic Royal Palaces said: “When this was written, must have thought he was perfectly safe, that nobody in the world ever lay eyes on him again.

“Unfortunately, we do not know much about Peter Jackson, but it is clear that, like many others throughout history, could not resist the temptation to leave his mark on a royal palace.”

Unfortunately, the beam is now part rotten, so that the contribution of Peter to the Palace has been removed and preserved, presumably for future generations to enjoy.

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