Seven Drunk British soldiers violated public order on a train that was traveling from Tallinn to the Latvian border town of Valka.
The Ministry of Defense of the United Kingdom has launched an investigation in connection with the incident in Estonia involving drunk British soldiers, writes the Daily Mirror newspaper, citing a statement from the press service of the defense department.
"The investigation is currently underway," the source said.
Estonian media reported on June 5 that a group of seven British soldiers violated public order on a train traveling from Tallinn to the Latvian border town of Valka. The soldiers were removed from the train by police officers of the Estonian city of Jygeva and handed over to representatives of the British military unit stationed in Estonia.