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“I’ve been an idiot”, says Briton facing ten years in jail for Chiang Mai graffiti


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22 minutes ago, bkk6060 said:

I hope some people look at this outside the box.

What if this happened in your home town by a foreigner?

A simple graffiti of a historical wall haha, no big deal....

If some of you wonder why Thai people can be rude or seem to hate Falang, this is an example.

It is sickening, disrespectful and degrading.

If you UK folks get a dirty look or disdain, this is an example why.

 

 

OK, let's be fair here.

If you, your righteousness, would advise us UK folks of your home country, I am quite sure we, UK folks, could get lots of examples of unacceptable behaviour in Thailand, by some of your fellow citizens.

By the way, I am from Liverpool, and proud of it.

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52 minutes ago, Proboscis said:

I love all the excuses. Family has no money but Numpty can still afford to go to Thailand and create a mess.

 

In the same way there has to be an exam before you are allowed to drive, there should be a program and an exam before you get a passport. That way, Numpties like this would get the message that the passport is a privelege not a right. And it would scene out those who cannot control their emotions and have to become so inebriated as to not realise what they are doing when they get a bit of bad news.

 

Children would have to travel on the passport of a parent or guardian, under these rules. End of. In extreme cases, an adult could travel under the guardianship of an adult in charge, for those who are not capable of travelling alone or who cannot take responsibility for their own actions.

Commies were adept in implementing this type of things. 

 

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23 minutes ago, bkk6060 said:

I hope some people look at this outside the box.

What if this happened in your home town by a foreigner?

A simple graffiti of a historical wall haha, no big deal....

If some of you wonder why Thai people can be rude or seem to hate Falang, this is an example.

It is sickening, disrespectful and degrading.

If you UK folks get a dirty look or disdain, this is an example why.

 

 

I am English and when in England we were plagued by young thugs. My car regularly vandalised, burglaries, stones thrown at us in the streets and at our homes, muggings and these thugs trying to claim areas as their own. The police were less than useless, not interested.

 

This thug is one of those reasons I left the UK and why it pleases me to see this guy knocked down and made to show respect. Show any compassion and the guy will continue on his thuggery as usual. To understand where I`m coming from, one would have to experienced these low lives first hand.

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It’s not him who takes the <deleted> here he can just go and gloat about it, he knew what he was doing but he don’t care, it’s just that he got caught out it’s the good farangs who have to pay the price by living here I say give him 10 yrs or 100 lashes this may wipe the smile off of the cocky one 

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"I've been an idiot" - well he may have as long as 10 years to reflect on quite how much of an idiot he has been.  A harsh sentence might actually do some good because it will get plenty of media coverage in the UK and might just stop a few more British A-holes from doing equally stupid things in Thailand.

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Yes Mr. Furlong. 

Now you could possibly be facing a ten stretch in a Thai Monkey House, you athink you are an Idiot.

Its such a shame that you did not realise what an Idiot you are before you defaced the Monument.

Maybe a ten year holiday would enable you to at least spell " Scouse " correctly by the end of it.- but I very much doubt it.

 

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9 hours ago, sanemax said:

Stick him on his Sunday flight and kick his ass on the way out .

The wall isnt that significant and just 30 years old and it was cleansed off

Send him home with a clip around the ear

Can't even spell "scouse" (Liverpudlian). Not stupid, normal uneducated scouse. 

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49 minutes ago, Thaiwrath said:

OK, let's be fair here.

If you, your righteousness, would advise us UK folks of your home country, I am quite sure we, UK folks, could get lots of examples of unacceptable behaviour in Thailand, by some of your fellow citizens.

By the way, I am from Liverpool, and proud of it.

Of course... That is my point.

If a black man robs and beats up your mother you will have no negative feelings about blacks??

Too many want to lie about this.

Just be honest about what is happening and the truth.

 

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Is it just me or did anyone else see this as excuse after excuse after excuse for his actions?!  Alcohol, grandmother sick, tumours, epilepsy, "husband is an ill man and unable to work", "we live hand to mouth", "the government"..........c 'mon!

His mother makes more excuses than he does; guess the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. If he does have all those issues maybe mommy should keep him at home so she can take care of him. How did he afford a ticket to/from Thailand?

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