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BANGKOK 19 January 2019 07:56
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'Scouser Lee' who vandalised historic fortress is back home after family pay £2,400 fine

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1 hour ago, Nyezhov said:

Did they give him some hubcaps as a welcome home gift then?

And some fence chain he wears it proudly around his neck like a big baller.

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The question remains, what on Earth was he doing with a Canadian bull-dyke in a city known for beautiful ladies, in a country known for them, as well.  

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10 minutes ago, moontang said:

The question remains, what on Earth was he doing with a Canadian bull-dyke in a city known for beautiful ladies, in a country known for them, as well.  

Had free paint connections..🤔

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We can only hope that someone in his family confiscates his passport until he's earned and paid back the money........with interest!

Not holding my breath though......🙄

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30 minutes ago, balo said:

He wont do that again. that's for sure. 

I heard he was quoted as saying, "I won'd doo that aggain."

 

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18 hours ago, Justgrazing said:

By going back to school ( infants ) and learning how to do propper speiling before he gets busy with a spray can again .. 

Oh dear. 

 

(I was about to say that this thread seems to be littered with Scousers, but some people might be offended, so I won't. :sorry:

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2 minutes ago, Dexlowe said:

Oh dear. 

 

(I was about to say that this thread seems to be littered with Scousers, but some people might be offended, so I won't. :sorry:

Were you worried about long sentences?

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58 minutes ago, Dexlowe said:

A long sentence in Scouserland would be 5 years, wouldn't it?

 

A long sentence?

 

More than 3 or 4 words strung together.

 

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Having forced him to spend that 6 months, 'as just another brick in the wall', on family sponsored rice bread and water would have cemented a better way for repentance... 

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3 hours ago, balo said:

He wont do that again. that's for sure.  

 

Do not be so sure.

He is only 23 and has a punk A.. look about him.

I bet he is bragging about it to his buddies.

I would like to slap his silly face.

Disgusting..

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