Guardsman banned from wedding after Kate slur
A Scots Guard is removed from royal wedding duty after online ‘posh bitch’ remark about Middleton
A Scots Guard has been removed from duty at Friday's royal wedding after he described Kate Middleton as a "stuck-up cow" and a "posh bitch" on his Facebook page.
Officers at the Guards are now investigating Cameron Reilly (inset, above), who also made racist remarks on the site and claimed he had "attacked a black man" in an nightclub while on leave.
Reilly's offensive comments were unearthed by the People newspaper on Sunday. He seemed to feel slighted by Kate Middleton after she looked in the other direction while waving to him from a passing car.
Reilly wrote: "Her and William drove past me on Friday and all I got was a shitty wave while she looked the opposite way from me, stupid, stuck-up cow.
"Am I not good enough for them! Posh bitch. Who really gives a fuck about her?"
The 18-year-old, from East Kilbride, joined the army last year and is one of the soldiers popular with tourists regularly parading up and down outside Buckingham Palace in bearskin and red tunic.
While his abuse of Middleton was enough to get him pulled off duty for the royal wedding, the extreme racist views he also promulgates on Facebook are perhaps more worrying.
He wrote: "Watching a massive Jew gathering at the Tower of London! Have never seen so many rabbis in my life."
A friend commented: "Get the rifle out!" Reilly replied: "Have got one of the Jews in my sights now lmao."
Reilly also described London as a "Paki holding cell" on his page and boasted that he had "attacked a black man" while he was at home on leave. ·
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