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Army gang bang so extreme it ended up in court

Crime DeskBy Morgan Flanagan Creagh
Army gang bang so extreme it ended up in court

An army orgy involving five men and one woman at a British based barracks has found it’s way to a UK courtroom.

A court martial in the UK head how a video found on a soldier’s phone showed six people engaging in a ‘gang bang’, the details of which only came to light when the woman involved claimed she was assaulted by a soldier.

The case against Corporal Hussain Panchbhaya disintegrated when the footage was about to be shown in court.

“Well it’s certainly a very unedifying spectacle”: said Judge Alistair McGrigor.

The woman refused to be questioned under cross examination and Cpl Panchbhaya was cleared when the crown formally offered no evidence.

The woman claimed that she was hit with a cane in a “personal attack”, but Cpl Panchbhaya’s defence argued that “it was not particularly traumatic for her as she was having sexual intercourse with three people simultaneously afterwards.”

The lawyer went on to tell the court how his client hit some of the men with the cane also “as it was part of what was happening”.

The 20-year-old complainant told the court that she paid Rifleman James Onwood £80 to collect her from Basingstoke in Hampshire and take her to Bulford Barracks in Wiltshire.

The pair had pre-arranged to have a threesome with a soldier and she was signed into the barracks.

She admitted more soldiers eventually took part in the orgy. There were ‘five, six or seven soldiers’ in total, she said.