King Charles III reportedly had to deal with another egging incident on Tuesday.

According to the BBC, Bedfordshire Police said a man in his 20s was arrested on suspicion of common assault after he was said to have launched an egg at the royal.

The incident occurred during a walkabout in Luton, U.K. outside the town hall.

As per usual, the monarch was said to have kept his cool and was reportedly steered away from crowds by his security team before continuing to meet fans.

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During his Luton visit, the King also met with community leaders, including from the Ghana Society, the Royal British Legion and the Luton Town football academy, the BBC stated.

He officially opened the Guru Nanak Gurdwara temple, as well as boarding the DART (Direct Air-Rail Transit); which is a new airport shuttle.

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The latest egging incident comes after a lone protestor attempted to throw eggs at him, narrowly mising, in York, U.K. last month.

A man was detained by police following the incident, and in the video, crowds are heard booing the protestor.

See more in the clip below.