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UK News Coldstream guardsmen in police probe after ‘fight with royal footmen’

13:55  01 august  2020
13:55  01 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Shaming of the guard: Queen's concern after three Coldstream Guardsmen batter Palace footman ' Fight ' between Coldstream Guards and the Queen's footmen left four injured Footmen went to a leaving drinks at Greenwood Sports Pub near Royal Mews Three Coldstream Guards are being questioned by police after becoming embroiled in a fight

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a group of people wearing costumes: Three Coldstream Guards are being investigated by police following the incident, the MoD said (Jonathan Brady/PA) © Jonathan Brady Three Coldstream Guards are being investigated by police following the incident, the MoD said (Jonathan Brady/PA)

Three Coldstream Guards are being investigated by police after they were reportedly involved in a fight with the Queen’s footmen.

The alleged incident took place outside a London bar near Buckingham Palace and left two royal footmen requiring hospital treatment, the Daily Mail reported.

A Ministry of Defence (MoD) spokeswoman confirmed three guardsmen were being investigated by the Metropolitan Police following an incident on Friday July 24.

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Two groups began fighting with each other and a police officer was injured. One man has been arrested Police asked the group to disperse after arriving at the scene around 11.30pm Thursday. Shaming of the guard: Queen's concern after three Coldstream Guardsmen batter Palace footman

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The Coldstream Guards, recognised by their red jackets and black bearskin hats, have a ceremonial role as protectors of Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.

The altercation was said to have happened outside the Greenwood Sports Pub on Victoria Street – about 800m from the palace – as a group of royal footmen were attending leaving drinks.

A source told the Daily Mail that a “bit of banter” developed between the footmen and a group of about four soldiers outside the bar around 11.45pm.

However, it escalated when a guardsman “grabbed hold” of one of the female footmen, resulting in a male footman stepping in to stop him.

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During the Crimean War, the Coldstream Regiment fought in the battles of Alma All Guardsmen for public duties wear the 'Home Service' Dress tunic in summer or greatcoat in An ordinary soldier of the regiment is called a Guardsman , a designation granted by King George V after the First World War.

“All of a sudden it was a full-scale punch-up. And the soldiers were more used to fighting than the footmen are. They got quite badly injured,” the source claimed.

One 20-year-old man suffered a fractured eye-socket, while another had a fractured jaw and required stitches in his tongue, the source told the paper.

Two other footmen were said to have been less seriously injured.

An MoD spokeswoman said: “We can confirm that three guards are being investigated by the Met police following the incident in London on July 24.”

The Coldstream Guards are the oldest continuously serving regiment in the British Army and is based at Victoria Barracks in Windsor, west of London.

It is primarily an infantry unit, but is well known for its high profile ceremonial duties.

The Met has been contacted for comment.


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