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Brit refused entry to Thailand after ripping out passport pages to use as toilet paper

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OK, so embarrassed about it but happy to tell the whole world via ITV?

Hope Her Britannic Majesty will not find out what was done to this passports... whistling.gif

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Naahh... She was not that drunk, or else she would have used those pound notes instead...

She's from England, where pound notes were discontinued over thirty years ago. Do keep up!

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I read it that she was refused entry from thailand and sent back to her port of embarkation, Dubai.

frm here she was deported to the UK and possibly if considered a security risk guarded maybe at UK government expense as she did not have a valid passport on arivval to Dubai as it was damaged..

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But,is she not one of those quality tourists Thailand is looking for.

regards Worgeordie

Any tourist is a quality tourist, at the moment.

What amazes me is that.... Lmao... It all amazes me!

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well, that happens when you don't wear knickers. Then you have to use your passport after defacation

She needs a 6-month stay in central India...

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I am impressed Thailand was the first country to act correctly. You cannot use a passport

with pages removed. They are numbered for that reason. whistling.gif

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well, that happens when you don't wear knickers. Then you have to use your passport after defacation

She needs a 6-month stay in central India...

yes, I know. That is why Indians shake hands (or eat) only with the right....the clean one.....

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