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'Scouser Lee' who vandalised historic fortress is back home after family pay £2,400 fine

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On 12/30/2018 at 9:24 PM, soalbundy said:

After watching the 'interceptor' series on youtube about British motorway police, I have come to the conclusion that the UK youth of today seem to be an illiterate booze filled weed smoking lot of snowflakes, he should have had a 6 month sentence in a Thai prison on top of the 100k fine, perhaps with some reading lessons.

If you make that a two year sentence I will agree with you.

 

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Here's mocking YOU once again - Mr. Lee ("Scousse") Furlong:

 

 

Alternatively the Thai authorities could have just (sic) "cut Lee's balls off!"

 

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Small fine........enables the behavior to continue.......

 

How about a permanent ban, and cane his buttocks raw with a cane like they do in Taiwan.....??this might teach the little anot nosed guttter snipe a real lesson

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I love reading the puffed-up, righteous opinions of expat idlers who never lived a misspent youth, and who have nothing better to do than call for drastic exemplary sentences for minor transgressors of sometimes ridiculous laws with absurd penalties. 

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On 12/31/2018 at 9:42 AM, ChiangMaiLightning2143 said:

After a local contractor was paid 3000 baht to clean the wall, who in turn paid 2 Burmese labourers 300 baht each who keeps the remainder of the fine?

Who cares....🙄

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On 12/31/2018 at 8:40 AM, ThreeEyedRaven said:

Given he is a scouser who couldn't even spell scouse correctly, you would have to suggest he is not a particularly fast learner. In fact pretty stupid might be a reasonably accurate way of describing him, as his actions most certainly were.

Probably top of his class.

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On 12/31/2018 at 2:38 AM, grifbel said:

Did he actually spell "scouse" wrong??? You can't make this stuff up!

 

No, he didn't, as can be clearly seen in the photo. He wrote scouser. 

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On 12/31/2018 at 8:30 AM, Lantern said:

Hope he learned a lesson from that mindless act.

Umm, spray 'Cockney Dave' next time, and check for the CCTV.

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A <deleted> of the first order no doubt about that but with his lack of grey cells he probably does not know, even now what he did was wrong. To think he might breed doesn't bear thinking about

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It was NOT a historic fortress. It was reported earlier that the wall he wrote on was built in the 1980's. Not really an ancient artifact is it ? But we all know what Thais are like when it comes to telling the truth !!

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15 minutes ago, jaiyen said:

It was NOT a historic fortress. It was reported earlier that the wall he wrote on was built in the 1980's. Not really an ancient artifact is it ? But we all know what Thais are like when it comes to telling the truth !!

The wall was repaired and re built and some of the original wall is still there and the whole wall is considered to be ancient

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On 12/31/2018 at 9:54 AM, AGareth2 said:

maybe how to spell

but I doubt it

Or how to use punctuation.

:coffee1:

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