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Tourists steal and kill a lamb in Iceland. [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2017-7-14 18:58:54 |Display all floors
Got caught and paid a fine of £900.

A farmer in Berufjörður and the owner of the lamb, says that he was at a dinner party when his daughter called to inform him of tourists chasing a lamb. He arrived at the scene with the police shortly afterwards. The group maintained their innocence until the officer searched their vehicle, where he found the animal.

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As a measure to keep travellers alive in Iceland, there is a law here that allows anyone to eat anything of any government land property. You can't take anything with you but you can eat as you want.



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I hope the lamb did not suffer.

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Ethnocentric Post time: 2017-7-15 01:31
I hope the lamb did not suffer.

I don't think so, after all them lads were pro's...

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This post was edited by 1584austin at 2017-7-16 17:55

Baaaa stads

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seneca Post time: 2017-7-16 20:15
Chinese? Remember China wanted to buy Iceland and turn it into a P.L.A. base.

Sorry ol' chap,
US passport holders they were.
Perhaps the police man made a mistake

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