At time of writing, we do not know whether there is any truth to the allegations which have been made about the Fijian colonel who has recently been seconded to the senior ranks of the Australian Army. But we can be sure that not many Australians who are prepared to force a rifle barrel up someone’s bottom would feel obliged to put it on their CV or mention it in a job interview.
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