Some of Queen Elizabeth II's guardsmen had a rager of a party back in June during lockdown, and they're paying for it now.
The guards were hired to protect The Queen and Prince Phillip while they quarantined, who are at high risk if they were to catch COVID-19.
According to reports, the guardsmen were treated as one single household, and were banned from seeing their families or socialising with others.
The guard's alcohol and drug fuelled rave breached the system put in place to protect the royals - and last week thirteen of them were sentenced.
Newshub reports that their punishments ranged from two to four weeks at the military's Glasshouse prison in Colchester, Essex.
Four of the men had tested positive for cocaine and will be dismissed from the Army after serving their sentences.
Last week's sentencing is believed to be the largest number of troops imprisoned for a single crime at once.
Bit of a royal f**k up!