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# 245057 16-Jan-2019 17:45
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The family from Britain that's been on TV today re. a number of dishonesty offences gets to fly home very soon.   Lucky airline.  Imagine being seated next to these people for two long haul flights. 


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  # 2162092 16-Jan-2019 17:45
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Allow me to introduce you folks to our new travel community: TravelTalk NZ.

 

We hope to see you there!

 





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  # 2162096 16-Jan-2019 18:04
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Something tells me we'll find out soon enough.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2162129 16-Jan-2019 18:04
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Err.... Whoever they booked with?

 

If immigration deport them before that, it's a different story and may be the next available flight depending on the severity and the airline attempt to recoup the costs.

 

 

 

I get the impression they are well versed in police matters. I spotted a few things early on with the pictures outside BK - the kid was tugging at the leg of the police officer in 1 shot

 

In the 2nd, he is filming the camera crew and surroundings with someones mobile - I doubt his own and randomly chose to do so.

 

Then shows up a pic of same child flipping the bird at cameras.


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  # 2162162 16-Jan-2019 18:06
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Let’s hope the national carrier really does them badly and makes it fn terrible for them.

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  # 2162164 16-Jan-2019 18:07
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Just saw on the news one is held back for theft!!!

Hope they get nailed.

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  # 2162168 16-Jan-2019 18:19
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Animals travel in the cargo hold where this family should be put

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If its the same family that left soiled baby clothes in the overhead lockers late last week and they are returning the same way they came in, then its Cathay Pacific (or at least Air NZ codeshare as far as Hong Kong). Glad I'm not travelling for another 4 weeks right now. 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2162202 16-Jan-2019 19:18
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That little kid was giving adult like attitude.....  They are awful people, but, I think the media and public are going too far by chasing them around, videoing them, and calling them names.   

 

I'd say their physical safety is at serious risk if they stay here anyway. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 2162205 16-Jan-2019 19:21
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Con Air?


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Oblivian: If immigration deport them before that, it's a different story and may be the next available flight depending on the severity and the airline attempt to recoup the costs.

If immigration deport them, immigration (ergo the taxpayers of NZ) foot the bill and the deportees are given papers stating they have to repay the money. The airline doesn't enter into the cost equation but they do require an information report setting out the risk factors and can decline carriage.

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  # 2162219 16-Jan-2019 19:46
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surfisup1000:

 

That little kid was giving adult like attitude.....  They are awful people, but, I think the media and public are going too far by chasing them around, videoing them, and calling them names.   

 

I'd say their physical safety is at serious risk if they stay here anyway. 

 

They're just being shown the same respect they're showing our country.


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  # 2162221 16-Jan-2019 19:48
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Linux: Animals travel in the cargo hold where this family should be put

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Cargo maybe. Not sure that's pressurised, hope not.


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  # 2162223 16-Jan-2019 19:51
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surfisup1000: I'd say their physical safety is at serious risk if they stay here anyway.

Good thing they say they're leaving then...

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  # 2162290 16-Jan-2019 20:44
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They should put them on a ship.
Why do they have to fly?
Make sure it’s a ship that’s going to take at least a few months to get there.

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  # 2162293 16-Jan-2019 20:50
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Linux: Animals travel in the cargo hold where this family should be put

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Cargo maybe. Not sure that's pressurised, hope not.



It most likely is, my mums cat didn’t freeze to death when it was transported to Aussie. Does @hairy1 know?

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