Officer bonking ORs wife

Discussion in 'The Other Half' started by aes69, Oct 25, 2006.

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  1. My oppo is as blind as a bat and loved up to the eye balls. He's too stoopid to see that his mrs is 'aving it away with some zob.

    She's a looker, on her 3rd marriage with 2 sprogs from previous partners. He's a great bloke, a bit fugly but a diamond geezer. He's wracked up a lot of debt keeping her head above water, which is where their relationship started to fall apart.

    No drama's, these things happen. He's in the block, she's still in quarters, and Officer quentin fookin farqwar is sleeping at said OR's house, servicing his ex while OR pays the monthly's!

    I know we're in the human rights era, but surely she deserves a slap, and he deserves a broken hooter BEFORE being posted! Granted he's not in OR's CoC, but there must be a reg still in force about these things, even if it's 'actions un-becoming', or mis-use of service property!??

    Barring shooting said tosser, or servicing said Doris (and she is worth it) any ideas?
  2. A quiet word with your Pl Sgt / CSM / SSM about how its destroying the morale of the boys that some knob can't keep his trousers zipped will go straight to the RSM and therefore the CO. Young Rupert will be explaining himself to the Adjt the next morning and should be deciding which type font to write his letter of resignation that afternoon.
    I assume that he is in the same garrison but not same Regt but the system will still work as RSMs and Adjt talk to each other.

    Disgraceful and the man should be shot.

    However if your mate was banging a female officer and his ex was still living in the patch would you be so (justifiyably) worked up ??
  3. Bloke who is being cuckolded needs to put in a written complaint to his own chain of command and inform them of his desire to have the RMP investigate. Even if the latter is a hollow threat, the last thing the Officer Corps will want is the news getting out and spread around Brigade.

    If that fails to work a letter to the officer's CO and cc it to the Provost Marshall and the CoS at Bde.

    Mind you, if the wife is such a slag then your mucker is better off without her and the stupid rodney can waste his meagre salary keeping her happy.
  4. aes69 is a crab btw. ;)

    Not that it makes any different apart from them having lower standards....

    Bang out of order. Recommend an 'accident' being arranged.

    Seriously, letter to both bosses of those concerned.
  5. The_Duke

    The_Duke LE Moderator

    Rudyard Kipling's "The young British Soldier" shows that it is not a new problem, and gives the treatment. Don't go for revenge,let him pay for her!

    If the wife should go wrong with a comrade, be loath
    To shoot when you catch 'em -- you'll swing, on my oath! --
    Make 'im take 'er and keep 'er: that's Hell for them both,
    An' you're shut o' the curse of a soldier.
    Curse, curse, curse of a soldier . . .
  6. Damn good sport she is - Bit Orfside the fellow!
  7. ORs/ Officers - makes no difference. It's erosion of ethics, and it's coming thick and fast.
    If the CO doesn't know, the adjutant isn't doing his job. Either that or he's turning a blind eye (seen it in the past - no one wants the sh1t to stick). There are plenty of 'administrative' reasons that can be used to resolve the situation.
    Shop and drop.
  8. Cheers Flash!
  9. Get a hitman in fact feck it- hire the A-Team!!
  10. Speak to the officers adj, he should sort it out. That is disgraceful what he is doing. Such action deserves a severe displeasure at least.
  11. break the cnuts kneecaps on his post coital walk home. Wear a balaclava and use a metal 'rounders' baton. Don't worry about the kids, they're not his; shame but thats the way it is; finally ostracise the slut.
  12. No one would have known that one of our Ruperts was engaged in sexual gymnastics with the wife of an OR. However, his car, parked in the married quarter area was broken into and he reported it to the RMP for 'insurance purposes'. When the Initial Crime Report was produced and sent out on the usually wide distribution, the obvious question arose - why was Rupert's car in an OR's married quarter area at 4am.

    Rupert was well and trully tumbled, as was the wife employed as an officer's mess waitress.

    Immediate resignation letter followed.
  13. Might have to re-think that idea, the worst they could do is make his car flip over (whilst driving over a ramp) and force him to crawl out of the vehicle coughing.

    I'd imagine his insurance would probably cover him for that kind of scenario.
  14. All he would have to do to avoid the A Team is hide behind a bullet proof cardboard box after hiding their acetylene torches.

    As for the Rodney. Fcuk up his career. It will p*ss him off rather a lot and make you feel better.
  15. This looks clearly for Administrative Action investigation by the CoC (AGAI 67 in Army terms; can't remember RAF equivalent) and nothing to do with either service police or self-help remedies (other than cold-shouldering in mess etc). in fact, self help remedies will usually make things worse. COS/PM should have better things to deal with than this, and letters to all and sundry are a bit childish.

    Depending on the ful facts of the situation (and despite your personal views) it is possible that the officer may have done nothing wrong against values & standards - eg if the relationship had already broken down prior to his involvement, and he is not connected with the husband. It would seem ill-advised, at the very least, however and a posting of one or other party might be in order. Conversely, she is free to do as she pleases (whether her friends agree with her actions is a different matter).
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