http://www.thisissouthwales.co.uk/news/Stupidity-led-soldier-s-flashing-prank/article-1881199-detail/article.html Well that makes everything okay then, does it? He was a bit of a prat to get caught flashing but to be in possession of cocaine and only get a fine? I'm obviously not suggesting that the named individual has being consuming this Class A substance but why else would he be in possession of it if he wasn't taking it? Supplying it? So much for the zero tolerance towards drugs in HM Forces* *By zero tolerance, we don't include junior ranks who we let off with a warning instead of being dismissed from the services as a warning to others. I know that this problem is not just exclusive to the Army. I know of at least one individual in the RN who got discharged for testing positive for drugs and it wasn't his first offence and he had done in excess of 10 years-I'm still trying to figure out why they retained him after his first CDT came back positive.... I still like making the RN Police squirm at the compulsory drugs lectures when they go on about zero tolerance to drugs yet then provide examples of individuals who have been retained within the Service. Any CDT wallahs care to explain how they claim there is zero tolerance to drugs in HM Forces and still retain people who have tested positive on a CDT?