Soldier Who Won Bravery Award For Service In Iraq, Left Traumatised After 3 Days Patrolling Bondi

PTSD: A decorated war veteran says he may be forced to quit the military after three days of enforcing public health orders in Bondi.

“It’s been traumatic here,” says Colonel Richard Herring. “All the Bondi influencers and hipster anti-vaxxers are making my job very difficult.”

“Not to mention all the entitled baby boomers around here.”

The 39 year old paratrooper won a bravery award for his five years helping to dismantle  Al-Qaeda in war torn Iraq.

But says he’s been left with post traumatic stress disorder after 3 eight hour shifts patrolling a busy Campbell Parade.

“All these yuppies are a different breed, complaining all the time and ignoring the rules.” he says. “Give me Al-Qaeda any day of the week.”

Richard Herring says he’s asked his army bosses if he can have military counselling after his short stint in Bondi to deal with PTSD.

“I’ve also asked to be transferred to Sydney’s south west as soon as possible.”