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Moral Bankruptcy : Not Just What, But Their Attitude

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Park threesome was 'consensual'

A soldier from Prince Harry's regiment accused of raping a teenager with a friend said the sex was consensual.

David Wright, 25, denies three counts of rape and Adam Bray, 21, two counts of rape in September 2006 in Green Park, central London.

Mr Wright claimed the 17-year-old girl was "quite forward" and had enjoyed their "threesome", a court heard.

Prosecutors claim the soldiers not only ignored the drunken teenager's pleas to stop but abused her violently.

Mr Wright described how he and Mr Bray took turns having sex with the girl on a park bench after meeting her in a bar in Soho.

"We was quite proud of it, I suppose. We had just had sex in the park," he told Southwark Crown Court.

"It was a threesome. Well, it isn't the sort of thing that happens every day, is it?"

'Morally wrong'

After sex, Mr Wright said they all shared a cigarette and walked out of the park.

He said: "As soon as we left there was a rickshaw there so we jumped in and went back to barracks... I'm sure I would have said goodbye."

But he said that not ensuring she got home safely "was the only thing morally wrong that night".

He added: "Leaving her alone... it was the wrong thing to do. Putting her into a cab would have been a better thing to do."

The pair, from the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment, were arrested at their central London barracks within days.

The court heard Mr Wright's partner of 10 years was expecting their child at the time of his arrest.

The couple split up over the incident but have since got back together.

Mr Bray was cleared on the directions of Judge John Price of aiding and abetting one of the offences.

The trial continues.

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