SAS soldiers are returning from deadly war zones with sexually transmitted diseases despite being on life-or-death operations

Soldiers from the famed unit — motto Who Dares Wins — still manage to engage in unprotected sex while on life-or-death secret operations.

The revelation came from a former nurse who treated returning troops. Polly Andrews, now a Lib Dem councillor, was addressing a meeting on healthcare at Stirling Lines — the SAS’s Hereford HQ.

She said: “I used to work in the sexually transmitted diseases clinic and we had a number of SAS personnel go through.

"I was overwhelmed with the success they had in finding partners in the most unlikely of circumstances.”

SAS heroes have fought behind enemy lines in some of the world’s most remote and dangerous conflict zones. They have wiped out terror leaders in Iraq and Afghanistan and are now in Syria backing the campaign to wipe out IS.


SAS veteran “Big” Phil Campion, said: “Exotic places throw up exotic challenges.”

Ex-SAS soldier Andy McNab said: “The joke chat-up line used to be, ‘I’m Special Forces, I’ll be in and out and you’ll never know I’ve been here’.”

The MoD refused to comment last night.


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