Lusty crew in cross dressing shame

#2
Rum Ration name check!

msr
 
#3
Thats rich of the Turks being horrified with the matelots because they "made love to each other in the street".

The Turks have a reputation for fcuking each other. Only rarely including women if they need to reproduce.

Non story to be honest.
 
#4
The leopard print fella even has his shreddies on. Gayer!
 
#6
The crew's behaviour drew a mixed response from fellow sailors. Many visitors to the Rum Ration website, a chatroom for serving crew members, pointed out that heavy drinking and high jinx during shore leave have been part and parcel of the Navy throughout its history, but others suggested the sailors should have been more aware of the sensibilities of the local population.

One contributor to the site wrote: "These sailors were acting as ambassadors for the UK in a Muslim country and they failed miserably, at a time when we need Muslim countries on our side."
Jolly Jack and ambassador? So the RN is now part of the diplomatic service then?
less than 100 years ago, the only thing the RN did in Turkey is bombard the dump with HE :twisted:
 
#8
At least the man in the leopard print dress made sure his shoes matched his handbag.
 
#10
news flash:
pope a catholic.
bears! they do sh!t in woods.
 
#11
DavidBOC said:
At least the man in the leopard print dress made sure his shoes matched his handbag.
Ah! Probably a Royal then not Jack?

Some po-faced fez-wearer commented that Turkish seaman did not behave like this. Well no, however in Naples in the 80s they did kidnap an Italian girl and gang-go her. Turkey refused to co-operate at the time when the local fish-head police tried to investigate...I'll guess it was '86 or '87.
 
#12
The Mail loves slagging off Jack. I suspect that the gorgeous, pouting Mrs Dacre has a had a spit-roast off a couple of Matelots, or even, God forbid, it was the lovely, pouting, Mr Dacre who got turned between centres...
 
#13
"HMS Illustrious, built on the Tyne and commissioned in 1982, served in the Falklands War, the First Gulf War and in a support role in Afghanistan."

Bollox did she, I should know, my old man was on her from before she was commissioned in 1982, upto and including 1986 where he transferred to HMS Roebuck, and helped complete both on their sea trials prior to commissioning.

Incedently, I was at commissioning ceremonies, and my sister present the Duchess a bouquet of flowers at the commissioning of Roebuck.

Fuuurcking papers get nothing right, just a little bit of research goes a very long way!
 
#14
"Rum, the lash and sodomy" so said a fairly famous man :)

We have come to expect that our RN are exporting naval homosexuality throughout the world, so why should we be enraged?"

I, personally, don't like it up the wrong un, that's why I joined the Army and not he RN or RM :)
 
#16
What do you expect from a paper that supported Hitler? I imagine certain writers like Richard LittleJohn would have excelled in writing jew baiting articles for the Nazi hate rags?
 
#18
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
Thats rich of the Turks being horrified with the matelots because they "made love to each other in the street".

The Turks have a reputation for fcuking each other. Only rarely including women if they need to reproduce.

Non story to be honest.
That sound you can hear is T.E Lawrence spinning in his grave.
 
#19
Its a load of bollocks. Same as the 'lifes a rave on HMS Brave' Mirror headlines in '94 - pics of the sod's opera etc.

"Police escort back to ship" is pretty standard in Turkey anyway-not allowed to walk through D'yard. Like that in Aksaz in any case. looks like the Daily Mail is going the same way as the Sun.
 
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