Chavs - Export Strength

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by chocolate_frog, Aug 13, 2008.

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  1. There I was perusing MSN Travel when I find this sad inditement of the state of the country.

    Is it not embarrasing?

    Is it too much for such creatures to merely go on holiday, enjoy the whole she-bang and come home?

    How do we prevent such antics?

    I was thinking of an actual seizure of someones passport should they have been arrested and charged. Depending upon the crime I would say an average of 6 years would suffice. Followed by an equal number of years where a bail must be paid. Returnable only after a "no incident" holiday.

    Soccer hooligans could be dealt with the same way.

    In the event of a urgent need for the passport (business trip or dying foreign relative) a compassionate case could be looked at. Consisting of a request for the said document, bail bond and escort (someone who is willing to risk their passport for the fool who has had theirs removed). Said escort would have to have a "clean" passport.

    Controlling our scum in such manner, would no doubt cause other countries to think more highly of those who were visiting their countries. Particularly Spain and Greece.

    Any other ideas? Or would this infringe someones "úman rites"
     
  2. British chavs have been infesting Thailand,and especially Pattaya for some time.

    Reading of the premature demise of said chavs in the Bangkok Post or the Nation does tend to brighten up the day somewhat.

    Failing that when they get nicked with drugs and find themselves becoming long-term guests of HM The King is a reasonably acceptable alternative.Still,it is a pity the Thai authorities don'e execute them.
     
  3. Though I would imagine that Thai prisons are seriously unfunny places to end up in. :twisted:
     
  4. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke LE Book Reviewer

    The Bangkok Hilton is a lovely place for them. Right up there with Arthur Road nick in Bombay. We could learn a lot from Asia.

    Its been done for years with soccer hooligans. Their passports get nicked when theres an international match.

    Easy solution - you get convicted abroad - you lose your passport for a year. And I couldnt give a toss if it costs you your job, or your Gran just died in Benidorm. Something has to be done.

    Aside from the embarrassment, we all get tarred with the same brush. English = Hooligan. Happened to me in Spain a few years ago. Locals (in a non-tourist area) were standoffish. Turns out they thought I was going to kick off. Because I was English. Not nice.
     
  5. Come on now, squaddies ex- or serving, there but for the grace of god go any of us. I don't think it's any different now than in any other decade. I certainly heard lots of stories in the '70s from 'Singapore Warriors' of getting out of their brains, not paying rickshaw drivers, boot boys, char wallahs etc and generally behaving like we still had an empire. Anyone who can say that they didn't go out on the razzle and perform in BAOR with the cheap booze available is either a liar or a monk.

    We are being a bit sanctimonious and hypocritical here - the difference now is that with video phones and facebook we can make a more public exhibition of ourselves, instead of keeping it local and low key, as it should be.
     
  6. "BENIDORM" shit hole full of brits, it's like blackpool with the sun turned on. Fish and chips, english breakfasts, fu cking stay at home you benefit scrounging chav cnuts.

    I feel sick to be British every time I have to make a journey that forces me past the hovel. What happened to visiting foreign lands to enjoy the food and culture.

    Medders
     
  7. I´ve never kicked off though. That is the difference. Nor had sex in public places.
     
  8. 'I´ve never kicked off though. That is the difference. Nor had sex in public places.'

    No, neither have I, but the parts of Germany where squaddies tend to congregate is not exactly dripping with German nymphos looking to drag the nearest squaddy into the bushes (unless I was going to the wrong places). I was stationed in Minden in 1973, and we were still banned from most places downtown after the Cameronians wrecked the place in the 1960s.
     
  9. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke LE Book Reviewer

    Peninsula or Banyan Tree?
     
  10. Yes,the Royal Thai Police have a way with chavs and other pond-life.Always good to see some loser from England arrive with a suitcase of drugs(or try to leave with said suitcase)in front of the cameras.

    I trust they get used to eating cockroaches...eventually.
     
  11. Im sorry, but I was there this year, a few weeks ago. I had a wiked week, but you cant keep blaming brits. The bars and clubs are literly giving away drinks to get you in there place. My mate was having a drink poured down his throat by the barman, he then threw up on the bar, the barman cleaned it up and went to give him more drinks.

    And the mayor of zante can **** off! We see a 17 year old lad get murderd by the bouncers out there, there was a mass cover up and now his body is back in britain the british police have launched a murder investigation.
     
  12. You're not wrong there.

    My mother in law bought a place near Benidorm and it is a fcuking shiite hole full of the kind of Scum reading pikey fcukers who make my skin crawl.

    We asked her if there were any Spanish restaurants etc nearby and she told us that it had'nt occured to go to one, but that there was a cafe (or "caff" as she calls it) which was run by Spanish folk, and that they did a lovely full English. Cnuting moron of a woman.

    Actually the area where she lives is the self same one where the Brit expats tried to get a Brit mayor elected last year (saying that the locals were lazy, corrupt, illiterate peasants basically. Oh the irony!) Strange really as the people who live there are the first ones to moan about foreigners coming to the UK and trying to bring their lifestyle here.

    OEP