2ft clay willy removed by furious Top Brass after pranksters put it on clock tower at Sandhurst
FURIOUS Army top brass have removed a two-foot penis from the clock tower at Sandhurst.
Pranksters put the penis – which is made of clay – in a niche overlooking a parade ground where Princes William and Harry were trained.
It was standing to attention for more than three weeks – until staff at the Royal Military Academy scaled the tower to bring it down.
“It must have been really hard to get it up,” a source said. “It was in a niche above the clock, about 100ft off the ground.”
The porcelain privates were put on parade in the early hours of August 14 when more than 200 officer cadets, including three sheikhs and a prince, passed out of the Royal Military Academy at a ceremony attended by Ben Wallace, the Defence Secretary, who stood in for the Queen.
Alfie Usher, an army veteran who runs the military website Fill Your Boots, said: “I don’t think it’s the first time a dick has come out of Sandhurst.”
An Army Spokesperson said: “On returning from summer recess, staff noticed that an offensive statue had been placed on the outside of New College and it was promptly removed"
The college has a long history of “leavers dares” which are normally carried out on the eve of the Sovereign’s Parade.
In one prank the soldiers scattered more than 200 garden gnomes around the college grounds which were still being found a decade later.
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