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  2. A GROUP of male sailors had a book recording bets on how many female crew they could have sex with.

    A Defence spokesperson confirmed last night that an unnamed number of sailors on HMAS Success were returned to Australia from Singapore in May. A formal investigation is under way.

    Concerns about the betting book - known as "The Ledger" - were raised by female crew members.

    Dollar values were placed on the female crew, with higher amounts to be won if sailors had sex with a female officer or a lesbian.

    Channel Seven News reported last night that the men also challenged each other to have sex in different locations, including on top of a pool table.

    The sailors allegedly detailed their bets and the various dollar values on the female targets in "The Ledger".

    The betting book was discovered while HMAS Success was visiting the Asian port in May.

    Sailors were formally interviewed by their captain, Commander Simon Brown, and a number were immediately returned to Australia.

    HMAS Success, an auxiliary oiler replenishment vessel, is on exercises in South-East Asia. It has a company of 220, the navy's website says.

    Defence said it would be inappropriate to discuss details of the complaints or investigation while the inquiry was under way.

    However, in a statement, Defence said the navy warned all its personnel to "treat others fairly" and that "unacceptable" behaviour would be dealt with.

    The navy has a strict "equity and diversity" policy that demands workplaces be free of denigrating and harassing behaviour. The policy is regularly monitored and so-called "health checks" are conducted in workplaces at sea and on land to ensure the policy is being enforced.

    Sailors at the centre of the HMAS Success allegations were removed from the ship after such a "health check".

    The latest statistics available reveal that between 2005 and 2007, there were more than 100 official investigations into sexual offences and harassment in the navy.