The gypsy family of New Zealand praises the Maori culture and stores white Kiwis & # 39; down while they flee to Wellington
The gypsy family whose antics have drawn the attention of New Zealand has now praised the Māori culture while slamming the white population of the country.
Claiming & # 39; as refugees & # 39; To be, hiding in the mountains north of Wellington, the British family have detailed their experiences with the local population since they made shame last week.
Patriarch John Johnson told News Hub while the family was desperate to return home after the media storm, their interactions with the indigenous people were universally positive.
The gypsy family whose antics have drawn the attention of New Zealand, has now praised the Māori culture and slammed the white population of the country
Images of a young boy in the group who threatened to shake off the brains of a woman who had filmed them, strewn on an Auckland beach, went viral
I swear with my heart and soul, I found the Māori people, when people began to say that Māori people are gang members and they are very ruthless, do you want me to tell you who the ruthless people are? The ruthless people are the white Kiwis, not the Māori people, & # 39; he told the publication.
De The Māori culture is a wonderful culture and they are the ones who have treated us in the right way. & # 39;
During their holiday on the North Island, which was supposed to focus on & # 39; see (ing) the Hobbits and the mountains), the Johnsons have drawn the attention of the country instead.
Their well-documented antics include allegedly luminous restaurants to prevent them from paying, leaving trash on the beach, scolding the local population and destroying a rental apartment.
After devastation in Auckland and Hamilton on the North Island, the family has now taken refuge in mountains outside the capital of the country, Wellington.
Johnson said he was hiding with his mother and father, his sister-in-law and his three children, including a younger than seven months.
Patriarch John Johnson said that while the family was desperate to return home after the media storm, their interactions with the indigenous population were universally positive
Claiming & # 39; as refugees & # 39; to be, to hide in the mountains north of Wellington, (photo) the British family have detailed their experiences with the locals since they made shame last week
He claimed that their family had been spit, abused, and 'Irish scum & # 39; despite the fact that they came from the United Kingdom.
Johnson also said that they are followed by people who drive in cars.
The family has also been accused of a series of crimes including placing ants and her in their meals in an attempt to prevent over $ 110 in food being paid and ordered in a cafe before they skip on their tab.
Mr. Johnson, however, has denied the accusations of theft and deception.
& # 39; No family member has stolen anything at any stage in New Zealand. We were not so educated, "he told News Hub.
The Johnsons made headlines for the first time on Monday, after pictures of a boy in the group that threatened to hit the brains & # 39; a woman who had filmed them, became polluted on a picturesque beach in Auckland viral.
The group of about 12 includes brothers John and David Johnson, their partners, children and mother, Eileen Doran, from Liverpool, who arrived in New Zealand last Friday.
The chaos of the family across New Zealand led to the group & # 39; a ******* & # 39; and & # 39; trash & # 39; was named by the mayor of Auckland, Phil Goff
The establishments where British tourists reportedly complained about their behavior during their stay in New Zealand
Their stint of chaos in New Zealand led to the group & # 39; a ******* & # 39; and & # 39; trash & # 39; was named by the mayor of Auckland, Phil Goff. A petition requesting their expulsion collected more than 2,500 signatures.
Goff said in a radio interview: "These guys are garbage. They are leeches. They are worse than pigs and I would like to see them out of the country. & # 39;
The Assistant General Manager of Immigration in New Zealand, Peter Devoy, said that the family had received an expulsion message on the grounds of "personal affairs & # 39;
The Johnsons now claim that they have booked flights home from Wellington next week.