Parachute Regiment puts 30 privates on STI alert after barracks orgy video

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Elite army soldiers have reportedly been put on an STI alert following fears of a herpes outbreak involving a local woman recorded in an orgy at their barracks.

A racy video which leaked from the Parachute Regiment in Colchester, Essex appears to show multiple soldiers having sex with a red-haired woman.

According to an insider at the British Army barracks in Essex, the woman who visited soldiers there more than 30 times over the past five months has contracted herpes.

It is understood everyone who got frisky with the guest has been urged to get themselves tested for the sexually transmitted disease.

Symptoms for herpes include blisters and a burning sensation around the genitals and anus.

The barracks insider shared her disgust revealing the woman had been signed into the camp tens of times after nights out since February this year.

Army staff at the barracks have been tasked with informing her 31 lovers that she has been diagnosed with herpes.

The outbreak fears come after soldiers from 16 Air Assault Brigade were seen watching as colleagues enjoyed what appeared to be an orgy.

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In the footage, troops from 3rd Battalion the Parachute Regiment can reportedly be seen naked in various areas of the Merville Barracks in Colchester, Essex.

The footage has now sparked an investigation by the The Royal Military Police, who are investigating how the woman got into the barracks and if troops were in breach of orders.

It is reported that the woman can be seen having sex with one soldier as another gives a salute to his colleague.

An Army spokesperson said: "The Army expects the highest standards of behaviour from all their personnel. Anyone not maintaining these standards will be investigated and appropriate action will be taken against them.

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“The Royal Military Police are investigating several videos appearing to involve Army personnel, it would be inappropriate to comment further while investigations are ongoing.”

Herpes is an incurable disease and while some symptoms can clear up by themselves, blisters return in future outbreaks, the NHS website states.

Sexual health medics treat herpes patients with antiviral medicine to stop the symptoms getting worse but must be taken within five days of the symptoms appearing.

Patients can also expect to be handed cream for pain relief.

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The Parachute Regiment is the airborne infantry regiment of the British Army with the 1st Battalion under the command of the Director Special Forces in the Special Forces Support Group (SFSG).

All other battalions form part of the army's 16 Air Assault Brigade.

The 16 Air Assault Brigade is a specially trained unit used as a “rapid reaction force”, according to the British Army website.

They are equipped to deploy by parachute, helicopter and air-landing and play a key part of the Air Assault Task Force.

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