sex offender walt wearing RM uniform

Six_and_a_Half

Lantern Swinger
I'm going to get a Hell of a lot of incoming from this, but this is what happens when people sell kit on e-bay.

He obviously deserves castrating as punishment for his betrayal of a handicapped female he was supposed to care for; however in regards to his insult to the Royal Marines, well where did he get the uniform from? A bootneck mate? Someone flogging kit on e-bay? An army surplus store? If HM Forces want to stop further 'insults', its members are going to have to stop flogging unwanted/unneeded gear.
 
Well, if he's bimbling around Edinburgh and any of the lads spot him, be it when they're on rnr or when the unit returns I'm sure he'll get his dues.

I just hope our good friends in the constabulary have the sense to look away at that point, wouldn't want any of the lads getting into unnecessary bother because of that piece of sh1te.
 

4to8

MIA
What is he doing all dressed up?? In my day when I went a raping all I wore was me ballbags and spats. And a nice tie if it were a posh lady wot was on me list.
 

Jock92

Midshipman
Reading that made me sick this d*ck needs to get whats coming to him....


EDIT: Must have been ebay. was intrested to know. and went on to ebay.. the sell badges, patches, combats.. and i even saw a green beret for sale.. i cant beleive theres not a rule about selling your kit... esspecially combats and uniforms with patches on them indicating wich armed force it is.
 

slim

War Hero
Jock92 said:
Reading that made me sick this d*ck needs to get whats coming to him....


EDIT: Must have been ebay. was intrested to know. and went on to ebay.. the sell badges, patches, combats.. and i even saw a green beret for sale.. i cant beleive theres not a rule about selling your kit... esspecially combats and uniforms with patches on them indicating wich armed force it is.

Why should there be a rule banning the sale of surplus kit.
Army surplus stores have been around since before you were born you young whipersnapper.
Ex service kit has been bought and sold for years, why should a few Walts stop this?
 

Waspie

War Hero
slim said:
Jock92 said:
Reading that made me sick this d*ck needs to get whats coming to him....


EDIT: Must have been ebay. was intrested to know. and went on to ebay.. the sell badges, patches, combats.. and i even saw a green beret for sale.. i cant beleive theres not a rule about selling your kit... esspecially combats and uniforms with patches on them indicating wich armed force it is.

Why should there be a rule banning the sale of surplus kit.
Army surplus stores have been around since before you were born you young whipersnapper.
Ex service kit has been bought and sold for years, why should a few Walts stop this?

Only have to walk 30 yards out of Bovington Camp and you can top up your green kit.

Military kit is so easy to acquire and always has been, ex Osprey personnel will remember the fishing tackle shop near the town bridge. You could get anything in there, even the odd rotor blade if your personal helicopter was short.
 

witsend

MIA
Book Reviewer
Just searched for steaming bats & AGR on fleabay (was'nt searching for ovvies). No hits on any of them. I'm not going to bother searching for anything else because you will find kit. I think I'll keep my number 1s as a wardrobe filler and give the rest to anyone who wants that I'm serving with for a 1 for 1 exchange. I've never really noticed walts before, but they seem to be coming out the woodwork lately. Victor, Baron Shortarse and this clown.

All hail to the internet :meditate: for exposing these freaks.
 
When I was at Collingrad for part 2, I remember buying a John Wayne "Sands of Iwo Jima" shirt from the army stores in Pompey one Saturday afternoon.
I loved it!
 

IB08

Lantern Swinger
Streaky, you are an ex servicemen and you are not a convicted sex offender; I think we all forgive you for that John Wayne shirt.
 
Erm..... And I thought Booties all wore those nice white pith helmets to keep their green lids dry.

Oddly enough he looks familiar. He reminds me of one of those TV "celebrity" chefs who struts around school kitchens telling the dinner ladies what to do........ :roll:
 
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