London - Britain's Prince Harry is to be sent on an equality course by the army after being caught using offensive language including naming a Pakistani fellow-officer a "Paki" while the two men were training at Sandhurst Military Academy, it was reported Thursday.
According to a report in the Daily Mirror newspaper Thursday, the decision is the result of an internal army investigation into the incident, revealed last month.
The Ministry of Defence would only confirm that the army had concluded its consideration of the case. The name-calling incident would be entered into Harry's army record.
However, there would be no long-term consequences for his military career, the BBC said.