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  Seth Haniel 13:08 07 Aug 09

click here

"Woman 'torched Briton's genitals'

The man suffered second degree burns and is recovering in a private clinic. "

Should have been a 'privates clinic' ?


  lotvic 13:25 07 Aug 09

serves him right

  rickf 13:47 07 Aug 09

when will Britons learn that this kind of outrageous behaviour is not acceptable in many places where there are moral standards of behaviour around the world. Exporting these home grown ways of behaviour is totally not acceptable.

  norman47 13:56 07 Aug 09

"She has won praise on Crete for what has been seen as defending her honour, the BBC's Malcolm Brabant said."

It's disgraceful that a woman has to resort to this to stop a drunken idiot from the UK from pestering her.

That should cool him down for the rest of his holiday and it might keep him away from the booze:-)

  Chegs ®™ 14:09 07 Aug 09

He added that many Greeks are sickened by British bad behaviour in Malia and other resorts.

So are many more Brits in the UK,but still idiots go abroad,get drunk,and cause damage to the rest of the UK's tourists reputations.

  norman47 14:15 07 Aug 09

A lot of young tourists expect rowdy and lewd behaviour after seeing some of these reality holiday programmes on the television.

  laurie53 20:54 07 Aug 09

My first thought on seeing the report in my paper was "Where's the fund to contribute to this woman's defence"!

  Quickbeam 22:04 07 Aug 09

When in Rome...

  Forum Editor 23:21 07 Aug 09

said his son was approached out of the blue by a complete stranger who threw accelerant over him."

Greek girls do that to young men all the time, it's an old custom.

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