British army investigates Prince Harry 'Paki' remark

Prince Harry’s use of the word “Paki” about an Asian colleague is to be looked at by his commanding officer in line with “normal Army procedures”, the Ministry of Defence in the UK said today.

Prince Harry’s use of the word “Paki” about an Asian colleague is to be looked at by his commanding officer in line with “normal Army procedures”, the Ministry of Defence in the UK said today.

The young royal was caught on film three years ago referring to a comrade as “our little Paki friend”.

An Army spokesman said: “The Army does not tolerate inappropriate behaviour in any shape or form. The Army takes all allegations of inappropriate behaviour very seriously and all substantive allegations are investigated. This specific case will be dealt with in line with normal Army procedures.”

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