Congratulations to 'RAT CAP'

#1
Ladies and Gentlemen,

The world record for getting sacked as an officer goes to Lt Monkey for sleeping with one of his Cpls, whilst her husband (another RMP Cpl) was on ops: 'within weeks' is timeframe given, I understand it to be three weeks from flash to bang (as it were).

Sadly couldn't find a link on Sun website - go to page 29 of Thu 10 Mar's Sun.

My moral indignation will take several hours to type so I'll sit in a cool dark room for a moment.

Barbs
 
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Biscuits_AB

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#2
Never mind the hints.............name names.....point fingers!

(RMP have a history of this don't they?.......or was it the Int Corps?)
 
#3
Apart from the fact that he is clearly morally bankrupt, and a moron to boot, I will admit to a certain grudging admiration. He will dine out on this for ever. Who wants to be an MP anyway? :wink:
 
#4
Who wants to be an MP anyway
I understand Treadstone 81 wants to be a monkey - but has he overcome his inverted snobbery about being an officer?

Never mind the hints.............name names.....point fingers!
I couldn't.... 1 RMP, named in the Sun, apparently he spent six nights in succession in their quarter whilst hubby was in the sand/mountains and the neighbours shopped him - clearly they were pissed off hat their OMO boxes hadn't had the desired effect.

Sent her dirty emails from work, too.

Oh, and he commissioned in December 2004!
 
#5
Oh, and he commissioned in December 2004!
Second pip up in under 4 months?!? Obviously a complete flier...
 
#7
My fault - missing third finger on left hand - nasty paperclip accident - can't type the key between 1 and 3.
 
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Biscuits_AB

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#8
Dirty e - mails from work? The man's a Cad and a Boundah.

The word F*ckwit springs to mind.
 
#9
Biscuits_AB said:
(RMP have a history of this don't they?.......or was it the Int Corps?)
Proud to say my old Corps were never backwards about coming forwards if you know what I mean. Nice to see some things do not change.
 
#10
Biscuits_AB said:
Never mind the hints.............name names.....point fingers!

(RMP have a history of this don't they?.......or was it the Int Corps?)
No, probably the Royal Signals. Mentioning no names, but a certain star of 'Guns and Roses' made a very brief appearance in Kosovo before being shipped home for sha**ing her SSgt. She was gorgeous as well, the Ops room used to go very quiet when she walked in. :lol:
 
#11
I will give full stroy as I understand it.

2Lt X commissions in Dec 04.
Arrives 1 Regt RMP Jan 05.
Meets Cpl Y (female) quite shortly afterwards - newly married (12mons) whose hubby (Cpl Z) is on ops in the Stan.
One can only assume a certain magnetism between X and Y that leads to him being carpetted 21 ays later for conducting a sustained relationship (including 6 nights on the trot in Y/Z MQ)
Z withdrawn from Stan, Y posted and X rogered.

Quite an impressive set of events: Service Test aggravating factors:

Chain of Command
Married soldier
Taking advantage of separation caused by op deployment
Not on ops but affect effectiveness of serviceman on ops
Undermine authority
Would have reasonably known it was wrong

Non-aggravating factors:

Acting like a walking hormone
Being a tw@t
Letting the side down
Reaffirming opinions of those with chips on their shoulders about officers
Letting the Sun run another story on us
Piffing me off
Setting an appalling example
Demonstarting that male pl comds cannot act properly when confronted by women under command - thereby cementing that particular stereotype

WHAT A COMPLETE AND UTTER TOSSER/SPANKER/GARGLER/IDIOT/UNTERMENSCH/OXYGEN THIEF*

* do NOT delete as applicable
 

DangerMouse

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#12
TA_sig said:
I think that in theory he could commision with it as a graduate...
No. Regardless of antedate seniority accrued by virtue of time spent at university, or prior soldier service, all officers will serve at least 1 year as a 2Lt before promotion to Lt (and at least a further 1 1/2 years after that as a Lt, before promotion to Capt). The only exception to this is LEs and PQOs.

The rules regarding the grant of Acting rank, however, are flexible.
 
#14
So has the said Tw@t been discharged from the service? I wish only to find out so that I can exemplify the difference between the application of 'Standards in Public Life' with regard to MPs and the Military point of view.
 
#15
Letterwritingman said:
So has the said Tw@t been discharged from the service? I wish only to find out so that I can exemplify the difference between the application of 'Standards in Public Life' with regard to MPs and the Military point of view.
Would it not be better to send him somewhere where it's very hot, or very cold?
 
#16
Treaders, cheap swipe!

I was enjoying the thread about you asking which way to jump - officer or soldier RMP... felt that I had to stand up for RMP Officers at least once in this thread:

Treadstone81 said:
Only thing now is to decide whether I want to take up the sponsorship offered as an officer, or whether to join as a soldier as it seems I cant really do the things I want to do as an officer (as in actually be a policeman - if that makes sense)...
I know, I know... context is everything!
 
#17
Letterwritingman said:
So has the said Tw@t been discharged from the service? I wish only to find out so that I can exemplify the difference between the application of 'Standards in Public Life' with regard to MPs and the Military point of view.
LWM,

I'm afraid that it will take a long time to come about, however this one is pretty cut and dried IMO. The process should take a couple of months going by the newly published timlelines for action, however from my experience of the administrative system it can take almost a year to reach resolution.

His service should be terminated IMO however there are people out there whose careers haven't taken a hit after doing much worse, sadly.
 
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Biscuits_AB

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#18
He'll go if only to make an example. He should though. Despite the sniggers, he's shown that he is untrustworthy and unfit to command.

Whether you like it or not, Officers have to set the example and must maintain it, if they are to stand in judgement of others in the future.

Some of you haven't quite grasped that yet and that's why your troops respect your rank, but not you.

At least he's been caught early on. The benefit for him is that he is young enough to put this behind him and move on. There's a broken marriage left behind though and some poor JNCO wondering what went wrong and whether all his mates are laughing behind his back. I think somehow that'll take a little longer to move on from.

Despite having a giggle myself, I do feel sorry for her old man.
 
#19
Yes - he has been a pratt; we seem to attract them.
However, how does he compare with, say, writer in bets book that someone male would screw the lessy stable maid? That bloke didn't do physical deed but poor efforts on number of counts.
 

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