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Spy girl

#2
She said that when she asked Sergeant Major Patrick Carley if he would recommend her, he replied: “I would rather drink cocktails by Michael Barrymore's pool.”
Brilliant Very Funny :lol:
She wants £686,000 compensation for loss of earnings plus damages for hurt feelings.
I got Called a fat cnut last week can I claim for hurt feelings £2.30 for a pint will do it
 
#5
Does anyone know the aforementioned Sergeant Major - is he a Sergeant Major - I know a guy of that name - but not a failed tradesman.
 
#6
The unit is so sensitive that soldiers do not even use their real names or ranks.
Bwah ha ha ha!!! 'I want you all to call me Loretta', Can you imagine bing on orders 'Are you such (gives number and rank)', 'Nope'. Must be confusing when shouting across the bar too.
 
#7
It makes one think doesn't it ? I mean, i think i'd find it a tad awkward if i was to serve with that particular individual after all the shouting and screaming had been done !! ANY WAY RE-FORM THE WRAC.
 
#8
carpetsfm7sr94champs said:
It makes one think doesn't it ? I mean, i think i'd find it a tad awkward if i was to serve with that particular individual after all the shouting and screaming had been done !!
I'd certainly have a problem with it if her claims are thrown out of the ET. If her complaints are upheld, then she has got justice (although i'm not sure hurt feelings are worth 700 grand, maybe the army needs to look harder at the robustness of the people it employs). I'll wait for the outcome of the ET before i pass any judgement.

Boney
 
#15
Don’t know her but I do know the guy that she is accusing of physical assault. Lee is a good lad and a dam good footballer (yes I know that has nothing to do with it) and would not take that sort of action without severe provocation. We obviously do not know the full story on that one.
 
#16
She was in my troop in 98 as were the other 2 mentioned in the paper (and Lee is a poo footballer! ;) :D ).

As i was a troop screw/Sgt at the time i never really had any problems with her, although she wasnt the sort to fully integrate and tended to the quieter than most of the other noisy sods :D

I find it disgraceful though that she can ask for an amount like that and still expect to stay in, fine if she had left, but talk about biting the hand that feeds you.

Its little more than i expect these days though, those that have genuine problems, get them sorted, those that want cash and humiliation for the Army go for cash, cut and dried really!
 
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#20
There's another thread on the forum about veterans surviving on £10k a year. We'd be right to suppose that some of those people have been injured through active service.
 

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