Shocking video shows Royal Navy sailors passed out after trashing training base following 'drunken rampage'
- The shocking clip was filmed in the HMS Sultan training base, Portsmouth
- Spokesman from Royal Navy said an investigation into incident was underway
- The sailors appear to have thrown furniture and a mini fridge out the window
Royal navy sailors were filmed passed out in their beds in their trashed training base following a 'drunken rampage'.
The clip, filmed in the HMS Sultan training base, Portsmouth, shows a pile of clothes on the floor against one of the walls.
The camera then pans to show a fully-clothed sailor asleep on a bed.
Royal navy sailors were filmed in the HMS Sultan training base passed out in their beds following a 'drunken rampage'. One clip shows the destroyed room (left) and furniture thrown onto the ground outside (right)
Papers are seen strewn across the floor of the messy room, along with a table flipped on its side and an upturned chair.
Along the far side of the wall, various food items coat the floor by one of the beds.
As the camera operator opens a window, a mattress and a table - along with what appears to be a small fridge - can be seen on the floor outside.
The camera pans to show a fully-clothed sailor asleep on a bed (left). Another is also seen passed out amid the destruction (right)
Another video shows the men's seniors inspecting the room while the sailors are not in, The Mirror reports.
One person can be heard saying: 'What is that? Jesus.'
Someone says: 'Nobody in at the moment, alright.
'So, Warren, can you get in contact with the class. Wherever they are. Make sure that these four guys are safe.
'Lets walk out, leave it as it is. Alright.'
Another video shows the men's seniors inspecting the room while the sailors are not in
An investigation into what happened is currently ongoing.
Retired lieutenant commander Mike Critchley said: 'The situation will be viewed pretty seriously by command at Sultan and appropriately punished.
'I would expect the sailors involved to be docked their pay and their leave.'
A spokesman from the Royal Navy said that as the investigation is ongoing 'it would be inappropriate to comment further.'