Prince Andrew’s graffiti on Glastonbury markings exiled royal ‘a sweaty *****’


Prince Andrew has been the subject of obscene graffiti at Glastonbury which accuses him of being a ‘sweaty *****’.

As thousands of festival-goers arrived at Worthy Farm today, they were greeted by the impromptu personal attack on the Duke of York, 62.

In a photo uploaded to social media with the caption ‘They left early this year #Glastonbury2022’, the offending post can be seen.

It reads: “Prince Andrew is a sweaty *****”.

One user replied: ‘Best place on earth’ and another added: ‘Glad to see the good people of Glastonbury are ready to welcome Prince Andrew into public life.’

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Prince Andrew claimed he had lost the ability to sweat

Some users were less than impressed when one user wrote, “That’s very, very, rude and disrespectful. He’s a Royal, you know.”

The obscene post references Andrew Maitlis’ 2019 TUSEN Newsnight car crash interview with Emily Maitlis.

In the harrowing exchange, the Duke of York claimed he suffered from an illness that prevented him from sweating, brought on by a traumatic event he experienced during the 1982 Falklands War.

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During this time he served as a Royal Navy helicopter pilot and used the condition to deny allegations of Virginia Giuffre, who claims she was sexually assaulted by the Duke of York, which he has always denied.

The Duke has denied all allegations made against him

The prince told the TUSEN in the interview about his reported condition: “There is a slight problem with sweating because I have a particular medical condition which is that I don’t sweat or I haven’t sweated at the time.

“Yeah, I didn’t sweat at the time because I had suffered from what I would describe as an adrenaline rush during the Falklands War when I was shot at, and I just… . it was almost impossible for me to sweat.”

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The rare condition he referred to is called anhidrosis, which is the inability to sweat and is normally hereditary, reports the Mirror.

However, it can be caused by physical skin damage and medications such as morphine, and for people with anhidrosis, they cannot sweat at all.

Earlier this year, Andrew paid a settlement with Ms Giuffre which is believed to be around £12million.

As part of the settlement, Andrew did not accept guilt.

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