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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Two British men linked to the infamous family of unruly tourists that caused havoc over our summer, are being kicked out of the country

    Two British men linked to the infamous family of unruly tourists that caused havoc over our summer, are being kicked out of the country


    Tommy Ward and William Donohue appeared in the Auckland District Court today for sentencing on fraud charges.

    Judge David Burns sentenced Ward to seven months' imprisonment, and Donohue to six months - most of which has already been served.

    The court heard a provisional flight has been made for Saturday.

    Both men have also paid over three thousand dollars in reparation each.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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