Nanyuki Bar Brawl

#2
An Irish/Scots ruck and it's about bad driving?

I thought they'd have much better stuff to come up with - PC gone mad, I tell ya
 
#3
good to hear the sportsmans is still a boxing ring

certainly beats the scrap with the locals me and some others got involved in a few years back, hope they stopped selling shitty burgers with cling film on em !!!!
 
#4
As it took place in Nanyuki, I'd say nobody won. When I was last there the street market was full of goods nicked from Oxfam and just about bugger all else.
 
#6
Paddies + Jocks+ Beer= Punch ups even in 'exotic places' like Kenya.....
 
#7
you couldnt beat paying a kid to run up to another and bang him out !!

wonder if the pimp daddy still runs the crappy rooms at buccaneers? he wore a trilby, wellies and a flasher mac, proper bitch slayer
 
#8
snip "It said Irish soldiers were pitted against Scottish troops in a brawl"
No surprise there then :)
 
#9
Paddies + Jocks+ Beer= Punch ups even in 'exotic places' like Kenya.....
I suppose it make a change from the BATUS BG Naafi, when I did my stint at TS90 it was usually the Kingo's..
 
#10
FiveAlpha was the ringleader, I heard it from a mate.
 
#11
At the risk of getting an internet hardman tag I dropped a jock on the route back from the Riverside, he'd punched a tiny lad a few times and had caused a bit of damage, I did the old 'hey mate hang on' nice and friendly then dropped the rotten pasty faced cunt, strange lad, when he picked himself he ran off back toward NSG crying out the name 'Davy!' over and over again. Im assuming Davy was the token Coy nutter.

Was the same night I had samosas then shat myself dry over the next couple of days.
 

the_boy_syrup

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#12
I'm no psychic but I'm seeing the words Celtic and Rangers.
Bunch of paddys dressed in blue singing about debt and the Queen bunch of Jocks waiting to win the league singing The Fields and songs about potato famines.
Singing, chanting, singing, chanting, sing....."see you ya basa"
 
#13
At the risk of getting an internet hardman tag I dropped a jock on the route back from the Riverside, he'd punched a tiny lad a few times and had caused a bit of damage, I did the old 'hey mate hang on' nice and friendly then dropped the rotten pasty faced cunt, strange lad, when he picked himself he ran off back toward NSG crying out the name 'Davy!' over and over again. Im assuming Davy was the token Coy nutter.

Was the same night I had samosas then shat myself dry over the next couple of days.
Those fooking Samosas would kill a civi. I sat 9 hours in a Tristar bog all the way back from Kenya in 91.
 
#15
Bad driving?? What, road rage on a dirt track.
Now if it had been about haggling with a Chogie over the price of a pair of "Dunlop" flip flops, fair comment.
 
#16
I suppose it make a change from the BATUS BG Naafi, when I did my stint at TS90 it was usually the Kingo's..
You can't prove nuffink.

I was actually quite proud of them sometimes.

The paperwork always went missing for some strange reason......
 

MrBane

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#17
At the risk of getting an internet hardman tag I dropped a jock on the route back from the Riverside, he'd punched a tiny lad a few times and had caused a bit of damage, I did the old 'hey mate hang on' nice and friendly then dropped the rotten pasty faced cunt, strange lad, when he picked himself he ran off back toward NSG crying out the name 'Davy!' over and over again. Im assuming Davy was the token Coy nutter.

Was the same night I had samosas then shat myself dry over the next couple of days.
Those samosas looked so fucking tasty too. Glad I resisted temptation..... in more ways than one out there..... *shudders*
 
#20
After action reports have come in and suggest that the vastly outnumbered Micks gave a good account of themselves against a larger force of 2SCOTS troops. With 1 friendly casualty and several jocks hospitalised.

I'm sure the other side have a much different version of the stories i've been hearing all morning.
 

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