Brits abroad don’t have the best reputation.
And behavior like this doesn’t help.
Drunk at 4 a.m. in Thailand Lee Furlong from Liverpool is spray-painting his name onto a wall.
But this isn’t just any wall.
It’s an 800-year old fortress.
On social media the 23 year old had said he was having a great time until the morning after his drunken vandalism the police turned up at his hostel.
Then some public humiliation.
A Canadian tourist and Lee were taken to look at the 13th century wall they defaced and take a long hard look at themselves.
The thing is as well as spelling out to the police exactly who’d committed this crime Scouse Lee also managed to spell Scouse incorrectly
"Tourists should learn about the laws and cultures of places they’re visiting," said the police chief.
One mistake could change the course of your life.
And indeed it could.
For desecrating a historical site, the pair now face up to ten years in prison and a twenty five thousand-pound fine.
Scouse Lee will no doubt regret leaving his mark on this city.