Captain’s war on the home front: Angry Army Wife banner debunks “love fraud” and tells passers-by it lacks integrity and discipline
- The wife of an army medical officer made a banner accusing him of cheating on her
- He was returning from a trip through war-torn Somalia only to be taunted when he got home
- The banner covered his house and showed him holding a dog close to his body
- The Department of Defense is aware of this and said: “This matter is being investigated.”
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An army medical officer returned from a trip through war-torn Somalia to be greeted by a banner hanging over his home that shamed him over an alleged affair.
His wife claimed the Royal Army Medical Corps captain cheated on her with one United Nations officially.
Pictures shared on social media showed the house decorated with balloons in the regimental colors of red, blue and gold.
The army officer’s wife, on her extremely large banner, mocked the army’s public message that integrity was key to an officer’s role
The banner read: “Hello, my name is Captain [surname]. I went to Somalia on tour and had an affair with [name] who works for the UN.’
It added: “I kicked my wife out of our house and left her homeless, jobless and broken.” The Daily Mail does not name the couple.
The banner, which features an image believed to show the soldier with a dog, also mocked the Army’s public message that integrity was key to an officer’s role.
She accused her husband, a captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps, of cheating on her with a United Nations official in Somalia
It read, “I lack moral courage, discipline, respect for others, integrity, loyalty, selfless dedication.” Referring to her husband’s future ambitions, the woman’s message added, “I always outperform [promotions] Board and intend to become CO [Commanding Officer].’ The house is believed to be on a couples estate in Colchester, Essex.
Last night, the Department of Defense said: “We are aware of a social media post alleging allegations against a service person. This matter is currently under investigation and it would be inappropriate to comment further.’