Navy sailors to be tried for 'sleeping with prostitutes'

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August 12, 2012 22:03

 
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Four Navy sailors will be tried for sleeping with prostitutes while in Greece for a joint training exercise, the IDF announced.

The sailors took advantage of nights off to 'enjoy themselves', and were commended by their missile ship commander for their acts, according to reports.

The commander even allegedly awarded them with a medal. He received a disciplinary rebuke, the IDF said Sunday.

Earlier Sunday, the IDF Spokesperson Unit said that if the allegations prove correct, the matter would constitute a moral failure that will result in disciplinary action.

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