Prince William 'cornered by snarling dog after being mistaken for intruder'

Prince William was cornered by a snarling police dog on the Sandringham estate, it has been revealed.

The Royal was enjoying a late night walk when the attack dog mistook him for an intruder.

William escaped unharmed by standing still until handler PC Jon Chandler arrived on scene. Jon has revealed the bizarre encounter for the first time after retiring from his 30 year police career.

He told the Eastern Daily Press: "I had a particularly interesting night when I was walking my dog off the lead around the grounds and he chased after the future king of England. 

"It was late at night and Prince William was walking towards the garages and the dog picked up his scent and went charging after him.

"He took it in good jest. He was only young then.

"It could have gone horribly wrong if he was bitten, but fortunately the dog did what it was supposed to do, and just stood back and barked at him. It was a memorable night."

The incident is believed to have happened many years ago when Prince William, now 38, was a young man.




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