The British Army yesterday said it is investigating after a video emerged showing soldiers on a shooting range firing at a picture of opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. The 26 seconds of footage shared on social media, reportedly recorded in Afghanistan, shows four army personnel shooting at an image of the veteran left-wing leader. A Labour Party spokesperson said: "This behaviour is alarming and unacceptable. We have confidence in the Ministry of Defence to investigate and act on this incident". Britain's Press Association said the incident is believed to have taken place in the past few days and involved soldiers from the army's 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment. Corbyn, 69, a leftist stalwart, is a reviled figure among many British Conservatives and right-wingers who label him a Marxist.