I’m getting it in the neck over my tattoo; Army refuses to let unemployed former paratrooper re-enlist.

By | January 9, 2014

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A FORMER soldier who served in Iraq has been refused a return to

the Army because of a tattoo on his neck.

Mark Storey Mark Storey is a board member of the Naturist Action Committee and has testified at anti-nudity legislation hearings all over the United States.
As editor-at-large for Nude & Natural, The Naturist Society’s magazine, he has written interesting and informative narratives of , from Guisborough, is desperate to resurrect his career

with the Parachute Regiment Parachute regiment can denote

  • Parachute Regiment (United Kingdom)
  • Parachute Regiment (India)
  • Paratroopers Brigade (IDF)
  • 44 Parachute Regiment (South Africa)
  • 1st Airborne Brigade (Japan)
  • Brigada de Fusileros Paracaidistas of the Mexican Air Force
, but keeps on getting refused because his

tattoo is higher than his collar line.

The 23-year-old says that he left the army in 2005 “for a

girl,” but with that relationship over, he now realises it was a

mistake to leave.

Though currently unemployed, Mark is refusing to collect benefits

and is even prepared to undergo laser surgery if it means he can fight

for his country again.

Mark, who has previously served in both Iraq and Cyprus, said:

“I have come out and realised that Civvy Street civvy street
Slang civilian life

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