Thirteen Royal Guards arrested after rave party

Thirteen Royal Guards have been arrested for breaking security rules.

The soldiers are accused of having participated in a rave party near the Windsor royal estate, where Her Majesty the Queen Elisabeth II and Prince Philip were staying to protect themselves from the covid-19 virus. 

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They Royal Guards claim to have only gone out for a beer and a football game and have accidentally gotten involved with the rave that was happening near by.

The events happened in June but only now have been made public. Thirteen guards are now in jail having been charged of breaking the rules of isolation for covid-19, breaking their military obligations and endangering the Queen.

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The news was reported by "The Mirror", who also revealed that 4 of these guards tested positive for cocaine and, therefore, have been expelled from the Regiment.

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