An Army recruit was discharged from recruit training today at ATR Pirbright. Mr Kwodraplegic, an 18 year old from London, was rejected from one of the Army's toughest training centres half way through his 4 week course. An MOD spokesman for ATR Pirbright explained ' Pte Kwodraplegic consistently reported legless for duty, did not stop arrsing about on the parade square and said he found squadded runs a drag, he was wholly unsuitable for further training'. This extraordinary measure has sent shock waves through the Army training regime and senior officers at ATRA have been urged by Mr Hoon to investigate this wanton waste of scarce resources. A senior MOD spokesman commented 'We are very disappointed, ATR Pirbright has let this young man down. We will be seeking answers from the Commanding Officer, Col CM Sillabus'. Mr Kwodraplegic has considered appealing but stated his lawyers felt he didn't have a leg to stand on. Army recruit training is already under review after female soldiers to be reported sore shins and blisters after long marches to the all ranks disco. ATRA are investigating a more ergonomic approach as drill, PT and fieldcraft is leaving young soldiers too exhausted to socialise. A recruit said 'I am always exhausted but they keep pushing you harder, these DJs just won't let you off the dancefloor'. The Government is exploring the feasibility of ergonomic operations with the UN, who welcome a change from the physically demanding, high intensity, 24 hour operations that young soldiers are becoming bored with. Mr Kwodraplegic has been advised by a Government official that he may reapply and that his chances of completing the course would be greatly increased if he considered changing sex or ethnicity. Mr Kwodraplegic has reported that he will retain close links with the Army through his membership of Blesma whilst he considers his future. Rotters News.