Prince Harry, sent home from The War in Afghanistan in disgrace by military commanders, has told reporters he doesn't like England very much, and wishes it would sink.
The Prince, speaking from the 'field of battle', said that he didn't want to return to England, to what he described as, the attention from the Press and the media and:
"all that old shite".
Viewers of the BBC News rang switchboards in their thousands to complain at the Prince's choice of language, but it is unlikely to sway the opinion of the strong-minded Harry, who once attended a party dressed as a Nazi.
Harry is known to have been in Afghanistan for ten weeks, and has told Army colleagues that he "hates England", never wants to go back there, and would rather "die on the battlefield than have to set foot in the Chav- and Muzzie-infested streets of London again".
The Queen is said to have shown concern at the Prince's comments, and is expected to stop his pocket money now that he has returned to the UK.