If you're a person who uses the Internet, you've probably seen the Prince Harry nude pictures by now. (It's okay. We looked too.)
The royal lad did a trans-Atlantic Flight of Shame home to London on Tuesday night after photos of him nude and cavorting during a game of strip-pool in Las Vegas surfaced on TMZ. He'll no doubt face the wrath of the queen and the rest of the Buckingham Palace bigwigs. But Harry might be in for more repercussions than just a slap on the wrist -- he could be in trouble with his job.
"He will be reprimanded [by the army]," a "senior military source" told Us Weekly of the 27-year-old prince, who first entered the Royal Military Academy in 2005 and has had extensive military duties since, even serving in Afghanistan. "Officers should never bring the Service into disrepute, whether on or off duty. This display of social misbehavior has raised eyebrows."
Military guidelines stipulate that officers must maintain high standards of professionalism “both on and off operations."
The official, however, says Harry won't be dismissed over his personal antics.
"I imagine his family might be even more annoyed at his stupidity," one source told the Telegraph.
One family member will certainly be P.Oed: Harry's older brother Prince William, a rescue helicopter pilot for the Royal Air Force, has been rescuing people all over the place for his military job and is reportedly "not impressed" with Harry's photo leak.
"[Harry] is in big trouble," one royal insider told the Huffington Post on Wednesday. "After the royal wedding and the Olympics, Britain was riding high. An enormous amount of attention paid to both events portrayed the U.K. with class, dignity and respect. Now this fool has shown a side of England that is a total embarrassment."
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