Peek outside Buckingham Palace, and you'll see a yellow school bus—with an ad on the side that's hard to ignore, the Guardian reports. "If you see this man please ask him to call the FBI to answer their questions," reads the ad along with two photos of Prince Andrew. Gloria Allred, who represents five Jeffrey Epstein accusers, was apparently behind the stunt: "My clients deserve the truth," she told reporters Friday outside the New York supreme court. "They have been denied justice so many times over so many years, and there will be no justice without the truth. And there will be no truth unless Prince Andrew stops hiding from the FBI and from the public. This is unacceptable."
"I implore you, Prince Andrew," she went on. "You must do the right thing and stop shaming your family—the Queen, your children. If you have done nothing wrong then just talk to the FBI." To recap, Prince Andrew pulled away from royal duties last year after discussing his friendship with Epstein in a disastrous BBC interview. He denied even meeting Virginia Roberts Guiffre, who claims Epstein made her sleep with the prince when she was only 17. US Attorney Geoffrey Berman upped the ante last month by saying Andrew had given "zero cooperation" with the FBI, while the Telegraph quoted a source saying "the duke is more than happy to talk to the FBI" but hasn't been asked. No word yet on whether any royals are riding the yellow school bus. (Read more Prince Andrew stories.)