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Queen’s Guards in X-rated film May 13, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in The Royals.
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Drunk Scots Guards stripped off to put on an X-rated display in just their world-famous bearskins and tunics for a shocking home video, British daily The Sun reported on 25th April 2007.

The brazen soldiers, whose main duty is guarding the Queen, shamelessly expose themselves to the camera and dance half naked while swigging from bottles of Buckfast and cider. The men, all thought to be from Glasgow, fondle each other dressed in nothing but their prestigious uniform and socks. And in another X-rated clip, shot at their Chelsea barracks in London last Friday, the guard filming his three kinky colleagues performs a lewd sex act on one of them and spanks their bare backsides.

queens_guards.jpg  Last night furious top brass had identified the four F-Company squaddies behind the disturbing display. And furious colleagues are demanding they now be kicked out the forces for disgracing their proud uniform.

One insider last night said: “These guys have brought shame to the regiment and should be booted out. Our regiment is one of the most famous in the world. Our uniform is one of the most recognised in the world. We are supposed to be one of the most disciplined regiments in the entire Army but these guys have made us look like fools. We feel let down by them and they should be shown the door.”

The insider revealed how the four men had gone boozing together after their shift finished last Friday. Alcohol is banned from their London barracks, but the shamed squaddies managed to sneak in bottles of Buckfast and cider. The drunken guards are later filmed dancing in a circle and flashing at each other in the bombshell video.

The source added: “What will people think when they see male soldiers of the British Army spanking each other? It gets even worse when you see one of them grabbing his colleague’s willy. They are a disgrace and not fit to wear the uniform.”

The Scots Guards are one of the most famous regiments in the Army and their bearskins and red tunics are recognised by tourists from around the world. F-Company, an independent sub-unit of the Scots Guards, perform ceremonial duties outside Buckingham Palace and were involved in the Queen Mother’s funeral.

Last night an Army spokeswoman described the four squaddies’ antics as “horseplay”. She said: “This is high spirits and horseplay by young soldiers which we do not condone. They have been identified and will be dealt with.”

View the video and more photos at > The Sun

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