Bad wog has a really bad day…loses his head after messing with the SAS

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Never mess with the SAS, you could lose your head…literally:

An SAS soldier decapitated an ISIS terrorist using only a spade after their unit was ambushed by militants during a patrol in eastern Afghanistan.

The veteran sergeant is said to have cut-off the gunman’s head in one swoop after running out of ammunition during a fierce six-hour gun battle.

After killing him, the elite soldier then used the jihadist’s own weapon to kill more ISIS henchmen.

The deadly battle took place six weeks ago following a meeting between the SAS and former Taliban members now on the side of the Afghan government, the Daily Star reports.

When the special forces unit was ambushed by the ISIS gunmen, the Brits were forced to take refuge in a farm, picking off the attackers while under heavy fire.

But despite their skilled field combat the soldiers began to run low on bullets, leaving them sitting ducks.

The soldiers radioed their base calling for air support but could not tell whether the message was received.

Fearing that their time was up, the soldiers made a pact to fight until the death instead of being captured and tortured on camera before a public execution.

Some of the English speaking jihadists taunted the Brits warning they would send their decapitated heads back to their wives.

Our source said: ‘The SAS thought they had seen their last day.

‘They made a pact that they wouldn’t be taken alive and vowed to fight to the death.

Capture would mean torture and a filmed execution and they weren’t prepared to let that happen.

‘They made every bullet count and when they ran low on ammo they waited for the jihadis to get close enough so they could be killed with grenades or using rifles as clubs – that was when one of the SAS managed to kill a man with a spade.’

But just as it seemed the brave SAS soldiers were going to be overwhelmed by the ISIS terrorists, two US Apache helicopter gunships appeared, forcing the insurgents to withdraw.

A US Chinook followed and rescued them.

By the time they arrived half the SAS unit had no ammunition left.

I hope there are still 72 virgin goats left for the headless ISIS bloke.

Imagine the viral impact a video of the incident would have.

The thing about professionals like the SAS…they take nothing with them unless it has at least two purposes. A spade can of course help with entrenching, but if you sharpen the edges then it is a lethal close combat weapon.

Given the buggers should really have all been hit over the head with a spade when born…better late than never I suppose.

 

-Daily Mail


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