Who said the SAS feed only on enemy sentries and terrorists?
Rowdy prisoners can occasionally form part of their diet as well.
30 years ago, a prison riot in Peterhead had turned ugly. 50 inmates had managed to take control of D-wing. The riot had begun by the stabbing of an officer, but it had quickly escalated in a hostage situation. Two wardens were taken hostage. One of them, however, was released because of wounds; the other was about to endure a five-day ordeal that would only end with the storming of the black-clad SAS troopers.
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