He serves the Style Army
I hope he isn't intending to go to a war-zone dressed like that!
Maybe he's a Dutch Soldier of Orange
In the UK "pants" means underwear. :)
So does 'pants' here mean 'trousers' or 'underpants' ??
"Bukser" means 'trousers'. "Underbukser" is 'underpants'.
Unusual camouflage. Inspired by Ali G perhaps
Trousers! In UK English pants are underpants.
Soldat at Ronald McDonald.
I put trousers and it was marked wrong. Please fix.
how do you say "slacks" in Danish?
'Slacks' is slang, so it's doubtful if there is a direct translation.
Soldier in an orange Hazmat suit https://wyomilitary.wyo.gov/17_132/
Maybe he wants to be visible to be spotted by a rescue mission
France didnt even have the audacity to do this