Heir to the throne, Prince Charles, has told journalists he was "disgusted" with the racist comments made by his son, Prince Harry, and that he has stopped his pocket money "to focus his mind".
Speaking this morning from the balcony at Buckingham Palace, Charles bellowed that he was "extremely disappointed" that Harry had been exposed as a racist when calling a fellow Army cadet a 'Paki', and referring to other Muslims as 'ragheads'.
Prince Harry has, for far too long, been under the tutelage of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, and appears to have inherited certain family traits with regard to his utter disdain for foreign nationals.
The pocket money ban will hurt Harry - he is thought to command an attractive £100,000-a-year sum - and may force him to look for a proper job, or alternatively stop being a racist bigot.
There's got to be a third option, right?