New Army Sh@gging Story!!!

#1
Sunday People! :twisted:

SGT SELLS SEX INSIDE ARMY HQ Dec 19 2004


SCANDAL AS PERVERT SOLDIER BLOWS BARRACKS SECURITY WIDE OPEN

He smuggles 2 girls in
No checks on their car
Tour round armoury
He gives them bayonet

By Caroline Waterston And Caroline Barrett


SECURITY at one of Britain's top military bases is exposed by The People today as a shambles - all because of a lust-crazed sergeant.

Sgt Noel James breaks every security rule in the book and exposes thousands of his comrades to possible terrorist attack as he crudely sells his body for sex.

After meeting two undercover People investigators posing as love-hungry girls, the cynical Sarge...

SMUGGLED the pair into a top-security Army base in their car which could have been packed with explosives.

CONNED a sentry into waving the girls through without a single check - even though Britain's Armed Forces are supposed to be on constant alert against an al-Qaeda attack.

ALLOWED our investigators to wander within yards of an arsenal of weapons - enough to cause a major attack.

POINTED out the living quarters of thousands of unsuspecting troops who think they are safe behind 10ft-high fences topped with razor wire and security cameras.

HANDED the girls a razor-sharp bayonet and gave a blood-curdling demonstration of how to kill with it.

LET them roam around the base unaccompanied and FAILED to retrieve their car pass which he should never have given them in the first place.

Last night the Ministry of Defence was launching an investigation after being presented with our shocking findings.

Sgt James, 31, is stationed at Bordon Garrison, Hampshire, which is packed with weapons and troops of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) - the second largest Corps in the British Army.

We launched an investigation after discovering he is blatantly selling his body for up to £400 a time on the Internet.

After contacting the career soldier by email and phone, he invited our investigators to meet him on Friday in a car park just yards from the garrison's Prince Philip Barracks.

James, who has been in REME for 12 years and has served in Iraq, Bosnia and Kosovo, strode up smartly in combat fatigues with a big grin.

Just moments earlier he had bombarded our girls with crude text messages and then said: "Won't have time to get out and get condoms. If you want me to wear can you pick some up."

In the car park he revealed his first shocking breach of security.

James, who is training to be a staff sergeant, said: "We'll drive in together. I'll put a car pass in your windscreen and I'll flash my ID then we'll drive round to the sergeants' mess. No dramas.

"We'll just go up to the gates. It's sorted." And scarily, he was right.

Within minutes, they were driving the sergeant through the security gates in a car they had hired hours earlier. One guard at the entrance slowed the vehicle down.

But with a cheeky grin and a simple "All right mate" James and the girls were waved through.

There was NO check of the car boot which could have concealed explosives or a gunman and NO check of the girls' identity.

Then in a deeper security scandal still, James pointed out the base's armoury and said: "That's where they keep all the guns. See that big building over there? That's where the troops are - there's probably about 3,000 of them here at the moment.

"I would take you down to the bottom end of the camp but we're not really meant to do that.

"I'll take you up here though and you can see the cannons."

Then James took the girls for a guided tour showing them his bedroom, the assault course and the quarters' bars, snooker room and dining area.

He said: "I could get into trouble for this but all right. Look, there's a camera...but don't worry, it's cool."

The sleazy sergeant then guided our investigators to his tiny bedroom - featuring a single cabin bed - where he grinned: "I know it's small but, well, that mattress usually comes straight down on to the floor."

When our investigators asked to see some military weapons, he revealed a razor-sharp bayonet. He said: "That bit is attached to the rifle. It's sharp, yeah. That's where the blood comes out, see that little gap.

Then, enacting the movements needed to kill a man, he said: "You push it in at the end and twist it."

Our investigators then said they had to go but might return later.

Before waving them goodbye, allowing them to roam through the living quarters and out into the main camp, James grinned: "Yeah, I'm definitely up for it. Other girls come back here too."

Our investigators then drove their car around the base unaccompanied.

Bordon, which is home to the Army's School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering - an elite unit able to unleash a range of lethal equipment including rifles, rocket launchers, artillery and armoured vehicles.

Troops there are trained to make sure the equipment is fit to go to a war zone at a moment's notice.

When our investigators eventually drove out of the gates, they were not stopped and their car pass - which should have been returned --remained sitting on the dashboard.

Had they been terrorists, the consequences would have been unthinkable.

But Sergeant James appears not to have thought of this as he offers himself as a male prostitute on his website which openly shows pictures of himself in uniform and handling weapons.

Calling himself Sgt Jamie, he says: "I am a single soldier based in the south. Would love to entertain women of all ages. Will try just about anything. Get in touch for fun."

When one of our girls spoke to James by phone on Thursday night he said: "Would you like to come back here to the sergeants' mess? It won't be a problem, it'll be cool. It's up to you, whatever you like. It's a big camp. I'd come and meet you, then bring you into camp."

When asked if he charged £150 for two hours, he explained: "Honestly babe if I like you I'll do it for free. I don't do that normally but you sound really nice. Usually I charge about that, but nah, I could do with a good **** myself actually.

"I've been busy for the past couple of weeks so this could work out well for us.

"Have you never met a soldier before? Shame - you don't know what you're missing. What would you like, what's your preferences?

"As far as positions go, it's entirely up to you. I'll do it in uniform. It'll be my combats though. It won't be my really really smart stuff."

When a People reporter confronted James yesterday, he said: "I just did it for a bit of fun."

An MoD spokeswoman said: "Allegations of breach of security are taken very seriously. They will be investigated and action will be taken where necessary."
 
#2
Army's School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering - an elite unit able to unleash a range of lethal equipment including rifles, rocket launchers, artillery and armoured vehicles



had to pick myself up off the floor after reading this bit :lol:


that article is a load of gash.
 
#3
Bordon, which is home to the Army's School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering - an elite unit able to unleash a range of lethal equipment including rifles, rocket launchers, artillery and armoured vehicles.
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha, typical journo bollox yet again!
 
#4
Door_Bundle_Mk2 said:
Bordon, which is home to the Army's School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering - an elite unit able to unleash a range of lethal equipment including rifles, rocket launchers, artillery and armoured vehicles.
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha, typical journo bollox yet again!
would you expect any less from the high quality paper that is The People?
 

Unknown_Quantity

War Hero
Moderator
#5
C'mon guys, this is important, not some jokey "lets have a go at the REME" effort. We need to know:

Did he shag them and were they any good?
 

Unknown_Quantity

War Hero
Moderator
#11
When a People reporter confronted James yesterday, he said: "I just did it for a bit of fun."
Show the face of concern...
 

BuggerAll

LE
Kit Reviewer
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#12
The press frequently suspend all sense of reality when dealing with issues they don't understand - and lets face it there are a lot of issues they don't understand.

Perhaps some enterprising squaddy could fake up some pictures and con a newspaper into buying them -nah it would never work, they're far to smart to be taken in like that LOL!
 
#13
Last night the Ministry of Defence was launching an investigation after being presented with our shocking findings.
Which are?
A lust-crazed sergeant. (Right...)

We launched an investigation after discovering he is blatantly selling his body for up to £400 a time on the Internet. (OK.......)

Just moments earlier he had bombarded our girls with crude text messages. (Still waiting........)

Then in a deeper security scandal still, James pointed out the base's armoury and said: "That's where they keep all the guns. See that big building over there? That's where the troops are - there's probably about 3,000 of them here at the moment. (Bollox maybe. 3000?)

James, who is training to be a staff sergeant, said: "We'll drive in together. I'll put a car pass in your windscreen and I'll flash my ID then we'll drive round to the sergeants' mess. No dramas.
Then James took the girls for a guided tour showing them his bedroom, the assault course and the quarters' bars, snooker room and dining area. (Ok - not good - being a big arrse show off? But he was with them throughout)

"As far as positions go, it's entirely up to you. I'll do it in uniform. It'll be my combats though. It won't be my really really smart stuff." (And he advertises where??) :wink:

A limp wristed slap at the most :)
 
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Biscuits_AB

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#14
Oracle said:
See that big building over there? That's where the troops are - there's probably about 3,000 of them here at the moment.
That is one hell of a big block. 3000! - jeez. 8O
143 men to a room. They haven't finished the new Z type accommodation blocks yet. :wink:
 
#15
This is all highly amusing!

SNCO takes two birds back to the block after booking them in at the guardroom and bragging about where the armoury and the barrack blocks are and - horror of horrors - they don't hand their car pass in! 8O

I hope that, if he does get a "slap on the wrist", he appeals or redresses!

Even appearing on the internet is nothing much - there was a spate of entries in routine orders as I was leaving that urged personnel to be "cautious" in using the "hostile environment" of the internet, but nothing that said "don't do it".

Blunktw@tt would laugh sneeringly at this pathetic attempt at being a bad boy! :twisted:
 
#16
Up and at em mate I say, jesus is it not somethin we all have done? I used to bring my bird back after my weds "spurts afternoon" back to my bunk in Arborfield, used to take her to scoff, **** all was said, even the block senior would wait for her to go have a shower next mornin, this went on for about 6 months every week, and yes I even got her a car pass wangled on guard one night, Oooooo big drama ! what a scandal, how much dangerous shit can a woman store in a purse and tucked in a thong, apart from crabs of course lol.
:lol:
She never paid me £400 tho, fcuck missed out on an oppurtunity there! lol
Somethin else that puzzles me, where the hell did he find a "RAZOR SHARP" bayonet? cant be one of those bits of monkey metal we got issued, have u ever tried to sharpen cast aluminium? lol
 
#17
I notice that he has rather hurriedly removed his entry from the website though - looks like Sgt Jamie is going to have to come up with another way of earning more beer tokens!
 
#18
Ahh how quickly we forget the havoc seemingly innocent women have wreaked over the years and the terrorist acts they have perpetrated as a result of liaisons such as this.

Soldiers lured to their death by women in Ulster in the 1970s was not uncommon. A pair of sisters (they weren't bad looking either) from Andytown complicit in several London bombings targetting soldiers.. I could go on.

So I'm afraid I don't view the Sgt's antics as innocuous or cool. At the very least he could have set himself up to be offed. What's worse, and we seem to be forgetting this, he endangered the lives of others.

I hope he gets his ass kicked the bloody clown.
 
#19
Busterdog said:
Soldiers lured to their death by women in Ulster in the 1970s was not uncommon. A pair of sisters (they weren't bad looking either) from Andytown complicit in several London bombings targetting soldiers.. I could go on.

Very true, but soldiers lured to their death on a mainland REME base in 2004 are pretty uncommon. Good luck to the lad if he can make £400 for benching a lass. Its one way to pay the mess bills. I'd be lucky to make a tenner.
 
#20
MrPVRd said:
We launched an investigation after discovering he is blatantly selling his body for up to £400 a time on the Internet.
Must be one hell of a body. Most of the ropey old Sgt's I know can't even give it away for nothing & my god do they try!!

"I'll take you up here though and you can see the cannons."
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: You can't be serious :roll:
 

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