As if Thailand’s Police force didn’t have enough to deal with… Britain has kindly allowed the temporary export of a violent, convicted, thug to Thailand, so that he can take his vacation here.
A British court is allowing a convicted thug, currently on bail for violence, to take his holiday in Thailand. Nathanial McIntosh is on a curfew and only escaped prison, after being found guilty at his trial, because he was willing to wear a tag so that Police know where he is at all times Yet the failed footballer from Falmouth succeeded in convincing a British court that he should be allowed to take his holidays in Thailand as they were booked before the crime took place. ( a likely story)
He pleaded guilty to using threatening and abusive language and behavior toward 3 people and was given a 12 week prison sentence, suspended for a year, in a case heard last month. During the attack he is said to have given at least one of the three a “good kicking” during a sustained attack and has previous convictions for similar offences.
Yet now the UK magistrates have agreed to allow him to have a holiday. According to the magistrates association “If the curfew clashes with work, a pre-booked holiday, a relative’s wedding, or a job interview, magistrates can adjust the curfew as they see fit. “They will not add to the punishment by forcing the offender to suffer additional financial losses from losing irrecoverable deposits.”
Motorbike and Car renters need to be on the look out for him too as, only last month, he was also banned from driving after a drink drive case.
Where ever he is destined to visit, we trust that he is aware that Local police and courts do not look as kindly on his type of behavior and someone should tip him off to the fact that Kicking off here doesn’t usually lead to a holiday voucher but rather a well populated cell and a poor diet.