Revealed! Prince Harry's "Filthy" Adventures at the South Pole

22 Jan 2014

Dominic West dishes on what Hazza really got up to during their trek to the South Pole

Prince Harry's your man for a good time and it does get pretty crazy with him. Hazza, Alexander Skasgard and Dominic West celebrated the completion of their challenging trek to the South Pole in December 2013 by guzzling bubbly from a prosthetic leg.

The trio successfully reached the Antarctic with teams of wounded soldiers as part of the Walking With the Wounded charity mission on 13 December, and they marked the achievement by a party, using fellow adventurer Duncan Slater's artificial limbs as drinking vessels. Slater lost both of his legs in action in Afghanistan in 2009.

Harry and Dominic West 

The Wire star Dominic reunited with Harry and a few other teammates at a Walking With the Wounded press conference in London on 21 January, when the British actor recalled, "Most of us, Harry included, just went on a two-day bender with the Icelandic truck drivers who had brought some lethal home brew with them. There was a lot drunk. We all drank bubbly out of Duncan's favourite prosthetic legs."

Dominic still seems dazed, no? 

West also revealed that Harry shared his "filthy" sense of humour with the group by telling dirty jokes in a bid to keep morale high as they battled freezing temperatures, and he proved a great help in constructing outdoor toilets.

West added, "He seemed to specialise in building the latrines and he built these incredibly elaborate ones. He did one with castellated sides and a flag pole, a loo (toilet) roll holder, and you're sitting there thinking, 'This is a real royal flush.' He must have spent about 40 minutes making it."