Prince Harry of Great Britian Makes apology for racist term
10-Jan-2009 (2 comments)

Prince Harry has apologised for using offensive language to describe a member of his army platoon. The News of the World said it had a video of the army lieutenant calling a colleague a "Paki" while pretending to make a phonecall to the Queen. A statement from St James's Palace said he did so three years ago as a nickname about a friend and without any malice. The prince had to apologise in 2005 for wearing a swastika armband to a party, which offended many Jewish people.

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by Anonymous112 (not verified) on

Thousands of years of marrying cousins makes a family a little, well, different. LOL


I love the British!

by IraniIrooni (not verified) on

Prince Harry, please continue to wear that armband. The leader of that party was right in many ways ... and he was part jewish.