Anyone got any 'true' tales ref the subject? As a starter for 10... 22 Sigs 82/83 'Fred Flinstone' Cpl Tech went down for assaulting the Adj. He tried to floor him as, during an interview the Adj mentioned that Fred was spending too much time with his German bird but the wording was ... Well "she has a reputation as a bit of a camp follower". Fred went down for 4 weeks. Now the Guardroom amazingly enough was located by the front gate with the prisoners cells being at the back of the guardroom. All the prisoners had their own cell (with all their 1197) but had to wear coveralls all the time. Every night there was a Duty Officer and SNCO whose orders included a fire drill. With the eight guards not stagging on had to turn out, run to the right, away from the front gate and double and pick up fire wagon .One of the WWI wheeled trolleys. Then depending on how much of a chump the Duty Officer was , run up to the top of camp or just round the block. Well one 2nd Lt had got 24 on 24 off for some stupid reason. After a few days he was lazy and always had the guard out at the same time. Fred calls his bird, tells her when the break out is and to be at the front gate with the motor running. Two days later ... âFire, Fire call out the guardâ 9 blokes in combats run out passed the RP staff. 8 turn right and there off... One bloke; last man out turns left, right out the gate into the car and heâs offâ¦. He turned himself in two weeks after and got a few months in Colchester and services no longer. Or the two gunners from 27 who got their mate out using a 4 tonner to rip out the cell window bars after returning from a night on the waz. Both true as well.