england arrived home of a four-month tour as a helicopter in afghanistan. But he walked right into a storm, stirred up by his own words. Abc's lama hasan is in london. Reporter: It was his candor... See More
england arrived home of a four-month tour as a helicopter in afghanistan. But he walked right into a storm, stirred up by his own words. Abc's lama hasan is in london. Reporter: It was his candor about killing the enemy. I am one of these people who like playing playstation and xbox, so with my thumbs I would like to think that I am quite useful. Reporter: His comparison firing his attack helicopter with playing a video game that has landed the apache flying prince into controversy. Tonight, as harry arrived home here to england, he again was asked about kibling the taliban. This time, the prince giving a standard military line. You get asked to do things you would expect to do wearing this uniform and that is as simple as that really. Reporter: Prince harry returns to hometown headlines calling him a royal misfit. Another suggesting he muzzle himself, guard his tongue and learn how to speak more like royalty. At war, harry has prided himself as being just another soldier. Living, eating, and serving shoulder to shoulder with the others. But critics say the video game comments have given the enemy a recruiting tool. The taliban themselves putting out a statement calling harry a coward. Then there is the question, has his comments made him an even greater target? We have to see this as a possible targeting of him as an individual, as a member of the royal family and possibly other members of the royal family. So, it does put additional pressure on the security resources. Reporter: Security that scotland yard will now be updating and reviewing every day that the warrior prince is back home. Lama hasan, abc news, london.
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