Frenchman fails to join a float in New Zealand, throws ‘hissy fit’ and pleads guilty to rapist damage

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Wellington, New Zealand: A French hitchhiker who flew into a fury after spending 4 days unsuccessfully perplexing to float a float out of a little New Zealand city pleaded guilty to rapist repairs on Tuesday.

Cedric Claude Rene Rault-Verpre certified destroying highway signs out of disappointment during being stranded in a South Island traveller end of Punakaiki for so long.

Bemused locals in a little allotment of reduction than 100 people indicted a traveller of behaving like a “spoilt millennial”.

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“Oh he threw an comprehensive hissy fit; he was fibbing disposed on a highway screaming that New Zealanders were a******s and he couldn’t wait to get behind to Europe,” business owners Neil Mouat told The Guardian newspaper.

Fairfax New Zealand reported he pulled one highway pointer from a belligerent and threw it in a river, before hurling rocks during another and verbally abusing onlookers.

It pronounced he pleaded guilty to determined repairs — that carries a jail tenure of adult to 3 months — nonetheless prosecutors pronounced they were simply seeking NZ$3,000 ($2,200) to cover repairs to a signs.

Outside Greymouth court, a still seething Rault-Verpre told reporters he was unfortunate with his treatment.

“You should change a name to Nazi Zealand, not New Zealand,” he said

He also doubtful a value of a signs he damaged, saying: “It isn’t even value NZ$100”.

Asked how prolonged he had been in New Zealand, a 27-year-old replied “too long, approach too long”.

“I’ve been to 80 countries,” he added. “I’ve been to a misfortune tools of a US. The misfortune American is not an a*****e like a New Zealander.”

He was remanded to reappear on Friday in a Christchurch District Court, that is on a other side of a South Island.

The New Zealand Herald, citing a courtroom source, pronounced he designed to hitch there.