Brothers with tires with notoriously destructive British & # 39; gypsy & # 39; family deported from New Zealand
Two brothers with links to a notoriously destructive British & # 39; gypsy family & # 39; are deported from New Zealand for a roof wage of £ 16,800.
Johnny Quinn, 30, and Patrick Quinn, 27, appeared in the Auckland Crown Court for cheating people in the city from $ 32,550.
One of their henchmen told a Remuera resident that his house was in urgent need of chimney repairs, charged him $ 18,000, and had his chimney dismantled.
Last week in Christchurch, James Quinn, 58, was deported for his role in the roofing scam and was linked by the police to the British tourist family who made headlines earlier this year for runawaying the island.
Patrick Quinn, 27, in Whanganui Court in February – he was convicted on Monday after pleading guilty for the roofing scam in Auckland.
Johnny Quinn, 30, at Whanganui Court in February – he was convicted Monday after pleading guilty for his role in roofing
The behavior of the tourists (pictured against the police after causing a scene in January) led to anger in New Zealand and the group was labeled & # 39; a ******* & # 39; and & # 39; trash & # 39; from the mayor of Auckland.
The lawyers of Johnny and Patrick had attempted to claim that they were wrongly associated with the infamous family, but the police identified some of the roofers with family ties, the New Zealand Herald reported.
They have repaid less than half of what they owe for their scams that Judge David Sharp described as a & # 39; very serious breach of trust for vulnerable people & # 39 ;, the newspaper reported.
Johnny pleaded guilty to four fraud costs, while Patrick admitted five.
They were sentenced to six months in prison, but are deported within a day.
The British Doran clan caused indignation from the moment they landed in January, with accusations of drunkenness on their flight, clutter beaches and aggressive behavior.
They returned to the UK and described a & # 39; vacation from hell & # 39; in which they are considered by the mayor of Auckland & # 39; worse than pigs & # 39; were branded.
Local woman Krista Curnow claimed the group of about 12 tourists, who spoke with an Irish accent, became violent when they asked them to clean their mess when they left the beach.
Footage showed a young boy wearing a wide-brimmed hat, approaching Krista Curnow and telling her: & # 39; I smash your brains & # 39 ;, after she made a video of a beach on their video device
The locations where the group of British tourists reportedly had complaints about their behavior during their stay in New Zealand
& # 39; I approached the family to ask again if they could not unwillingly respect our country during their visit to and collect their garbage, & # 39; said Mrs. Curnow.
& # 39; They became violent and even grandma and the child got involved and said they wanted to hit my head against it. & # 39;
Footage showed a boy with a wide-brimmed hat and approached Mrs. Curnow with the message: & # 39; I will take your head off & # 39 ;.
The four adult Dorans received 28-day notice of the eviction of liability by the New Zealand Immigration Service before they left to return to the UK.
Patriarch Larry told Mail Online that his family had done nothing good when he returned to Heathrow earlier this year: & we have been tortured, we have been convicted.
& # 39; We have done nothing wrong. It was the vacation from hell … I paid for this vacation for me and my wife and we were blamed for things.
& # 39; They are lies, they condemned us. We have hidden ourselves in the mountains for two days. & # 39;
Larry (photo at Heathrow in January) told a photographer: & I'll break your bones. I'll break your camera & # 39;
Two others, Tommy Ward, 26, and William Donohue, 25, are affiliated with the Doran clan and will appear in a New Zealand court next month for their role in roofing.
James Anthony Nolan, 26, was also part of the roofing scam, but fled the country after being rescued from assault, reckless driving, and fraud, the Herald reported.
He reportedly drove a car in Curnow and tried to take her camera phone with him during the noisy events of the Doran clan in January.
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