Royals caught in latest Wikileaks
London, Nov 29 (ANI): In the biggest intelligence leak in the history, sensational claims of 'inappropriate behaviour' by Prince Andrew have emerged.
Secret U.S. embassy cables were apparently shocked has shocked the Americans with his 'rude behaviour abroad,' reports the Daily Mail.
The Palace, however, declined to make any official comment.
A member of the British Royal family has also been accused of making 'inappropriate remarks' about a foreign country and a UK law enforcement agency.
However, there have been no further details of the claims concerning the member of the British royal family or of the requests for intelligence about MPs, expected to emerge in the days ahead.
Other disclosures, to be dripped out over a fortnight, include what does the US thinks of leaders around the world.
According to the papers leaked:
French President Nicolas Sarkozy: 'has a thin-skinned and authoritarian personal style' and is an 'emperor with no clothes.'
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi: 'feckless, vain and ineffective as a modern European leader'. He is a 'physically and politically weak' leader whose 'frequent late nights and penchant for partying hard mean he does not get sufficient rest.'
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev: 'plays Robin to Putin's Batman' and is 'pale and hesitant'
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin: an 'alpha dog'
Libyan leader Muammar Gadaffi: is 'strange' and 'accompanied by voluptuous blonde Ukranian "nurse"'
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il: 'flabby old chap' who suffers from 'physical and psychological trauma'
Afghan president, Hamid Karzai: 'driven by paranoia' and 'an extremely weak man who did not listen to facts but was instead easily swayed by anyone who came to report even the most bizarre stories or plots against him'
Zimbabwean tyrant, Robert Mugabe: 'the crazy old man'. (ANI)