Call of Booty: Military reports Singaporean ‘soldier’ BDSM pics to police

Men pose for some Twitter BDSM roleplay. Photo: Memedef/Facebook
Men pose for some Twitter BDSM roleplay. Photo: Memedef/Facebook

Two kinky roleplayers who shared their fetish for military domination have been reported to the police and denounced by the armed forces.

Months after images of the BDSM sesh were shared on Twitter, the Ministry of Defence said yesterday it had gotten wind of the provocative photos and contacted the police about the masked, martial butt-swatting.

“A police report has been filed. We also note that the post has been deleted by Twitter as it was in violation of Twitter’s community standards,” it said in a statement titled “Reply to Media Queries on Inappropriate Photographs of Individuals in Uniform.”

It’s unclear if that was why Twitter removed the images, as wide swathes of the platform consist of men’s photos of their penises and sex partners. The account identifies the user as being in Singapore.

Either way, it came months after the images were posted in January by Twitter user @KingMrXX. They only grabbed the ministry’s attention this month after it became aware of them. At issue are the Singaporean military uniforms they wear in the photos.

“Any serviceman who makes unauthorised use of any part of our uniforms may be charged in court,” the statement said.

In the images, two men flaunt their mini-Merlions while being collared and caned in Singapore Armed Forces attire. In one, a man wears a black collar held firmly by a metal chain as his nipple peeks from a camouflage shirt emblazoned “Singapore.” Completing the look, he wears a mask and has electrical cables clamped to his genitals.

Another shows a man kneeling on all fours with his pants down, his penis and buttocks exposed for some genitorture. There’s also a tail attached to his butt. Behind him appears another man holding a cane in one hand and saluting his partner with his emancipated manhood.

The account has since been made private, but MINDEF was not amused.

“The Singapore Armed Forces does not condone any inappropriate use of our uniforms. Inappropriate acts involving our uniforms are disrespectful to our servicemen and women, and undermines their dedication and commitment in the defence of our country,” its statement said.

Inappropriately using or wearing a uniform, in part or full, from the navy, military, air or police forces is a crime punishable by up to three months in jail and a S$400 (US$280) fine.

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