Scouse Vandals Face Hard Day’s Night For Defacing Chiang Mai Gate

Published on 18th October 2018 by Stickboy BKK

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It’s been decades since Thailand has been this excited about a foursome from Liverpool.

But the “fab four” hunted by Chiang Mai police are going to need some serious legal help, as they face up to 10 years in prison and fines up to a million baht for defacing the Thaa Pae Gate cultural heritage site near the Rachadamnoen Road early today.

Lee Furlong and Brittany Schneider, both 23, were captured this evening, as police vowed to get into the life of all four vandals, who were thought to hail from the home of The Beatles after tagging the landmark with “Scousse Lee B”. Turns out Schneider is from Canada.

The paperback writers were caught on security cameras tagging the historic site around 4 a.m., with police also pointing to one of the group, saying they saw him standing there in front of the TSK Exchange Shop on Prapokklao Road spray-painting “MARO VDF” on the shop.

Officers today hit the long and winding road, checking hotels and guest houses looking for the nowhere men. The two apprehended claimed they were drunk and painted the graffiti because they thought it would be funny

Photo Via: chiangmainews.co.th / chiangmaione.com

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