Prince Harry Fornicating
November 11, 2011 by staff
Prince Harry Fornicating, There was a distinct sense of panic Monday at the town hall of the small Arizona settlement of Gila Bend, where Prince Harry, 27, is undergoing the latest phase of his Top Gun–style helicopter-training course, after British newspapers and websites carried reports that the town mayor had cautioned Harry not to spend his time in the area “fornicating the night away and drinking into the small hours.”
In the reports, Mayor Ron Henry, 64, was quoted as saying: “There are probably some fathers here in Gila Bend who would go to extremes to protect their daughters. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and we have some very pretty girls here. Some of the dads won’t take too kindly to a prince fornicating the night away and drinking into the small hours. It is a very quiet town with a lot of good Christian people. This isn’t a party town.”
Fantastic copy but, according to town manager Rick Buss, a “total fabrication.” Buss was given the unenviable task of heading off the global media pack on the scent of another “Play boy Prince” headline.
Just three weeks ago, Harry was photographed with a tattooed ccktail waitress, 26-year-old Jess Donaldson, whom he met while stationed for four weeks training at the El Centro military base near the Mexican border in California. He traveled three hours to San Diego nightspot The Belly Up Tavern for a date with the lavishly decorated Donaldson, who was later spotted leaving his hotel.
Harry has been playing the field since he split up with long-term girlfriend Chelsy Davy earlier this year, and was photographed diving bare-chested into a fountain in Croatia during the summer. Harry sympathizers claim that Chelsy was a calming influence on him—although given that he was once filmed snorting vodka while on holiday with her, one has to take such claims with a pinch of salt (or should that be shot of tequila?)
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