And Army chiefs fear the blackmailers, believed to be based in the Far East or the Baltic states, could extort military information from troops.
A senior military source told the Sunday People: “This is a big problem and it is getting worse.“Soldiers shouldn’t be doing this but the reality is more and more are falling for scams.“Our boys are often posted abroad, so many are lonely and bored.
He added: “Almost immediately the subject turned to sex.
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She told me to get into uniform and we began pleasuring ourselves.”But the next day, the soldier – who is reportedly married with children – was sent footage of the session and told to pay £5,000 or the video would be posted on Facebook.
After talking to a friend in the Royal Military Police (RMP), the soldier closed down his Facebook account and changed his email.