Some people get really excited when they're on vacation. Too excited. In fact, you could say they turn into mindless self-centered zombies who have no respect for the tourist attractions they visit. From vandalizing priceless historical sites to endangering wild animals only to take their photo, sadly, tourists have proven their stupidity time and time again. Bored Panda has compiled a list of some of the worst tourist behavior to remind you that taking some time off doesn't mean you have to turn off every brain cell of yours. So scroll through the entries and vow to never do anything like this anywhere on Earth!

#1

Killed For A Selfie: Baby Dolphin Dies After Being Passed Around By Tourists As They Posed For Photos With It On A Spanish Beach

Killed For A Selfie: Baby Dolphin Dies After Being Passed Around By Tourists As They Posed For Photos With It On A Spanish Beach

When tourists in southern Spain discovered a baby dolphin that had lost its mother, they started taking selfies with the animal instead of calling someone to rescue it. According to Daily Mail, the workers arrived at the scene 15 minutes later, but the animal had already died from stress. They blasted the 'selfishness' of tourists who are 'obsessed' with taking photos: "Cetaceans are very susceptible to stress, and crowding round it to take photos and to touch it causes them a big shock which greatly accelerates cardio-respiratory failure, which is what happened."

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Holli Burman
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11 months ago

This brings tears to my eyes.

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#2

Tourists Destroying Popular Oregon Rock Formation

Tourists Destroying Popular Oregon Rock Formation

The so-called “duckbill” sandstone formation was one of Oregon’s icons, protected by a fence to keep away people because it was unstable. However, this didn’t stop some vandals from climbing over the fence and pushing and pulling on the rock formation. Eventually, they knocked the rock down. Allegedly, the group of people did this because one of their friends had broken their leg because of the “duckbill”. The famous landmark was also known as “Pedestal Rock” and “that Pacific Northwest rock.”

lauralawsonvisconti , The Oregonian Report

Shawn
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11 months ago

Those morons should all have their legs broken...

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#3

Tourists Chase Peacocks, Rip Out Their Tail Feathers At Beijing Zoo

Tourists Chase Peacocks, Rip Out Their Tail Feathers At Beijing Zoo

A Beijing wildlife park near the Great Wall became the scene of some serious animal cruelty. Chinese tourists were spotted chasing and catching peacocks, and then ripping out feathers from their tails. Some tourists tried to stop them but they were unsuccessful. The violent offenders did not stop until they scared away the last peacock.

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Rosesinmyhair
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11 months ago

Some humans are just a blight on the earths surface.

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#4

Mob Of Tourists At Costa Rica’s Ostional Beach Prevents Sea Turtles From Nesting

Mob Of Tourists At Costa Rica’s Ostional Beach Prevents Sea Turtles From Nesting

The Ostional Wildlife Refuge in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, is one place where olive ridley sea turtles nest. Unfortunately for them, hundreds of tourists swarmed the beach and scared the turtles away, meaning a large number of them didn’t lay eggs. These tourists were angling for some good photos: some of them even stood on top of turtle nests, while others put their kids on top of the animals.

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Kaisu
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11 months ago (edited)

I don't understand how people can be so damn selfish

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#5

Tourists Break Into Eco Park And Strip Away All Its Lotus Flowers

Tourists Break Into Eco Park And Strip Away All Its Lotus Flowers

Tourists picked all the lotus flowers in the Longqiao Cultural and Ecological Park which is located in Sichuan, China. The park was supposed to reopen soon, but had to stay closed after the tourists’ actions. Summer blossom season started in June and ever since then, Chinese tourists have been breaking into the park to pick the flowers. However, some tourists did more than that: they also went fishing by the stream and destroyed the park fences. Since March, the fences were mended five times so far. A park representative stated that they “cannot control the tourists.”

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wandile dludlu
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11 months ago

Arrest one of them for 20 years and set and example

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#6

Schoolboy, 15, Exposed As Egypt’s Ancient Temple Graffiti Vandal

Schoolboy, 15, Exposed As Egypt’s Ancient Temple Graffiti Vandal

A 15-year-old Chinese teenager from Nanjing named Ding Jinhao scratched his name into Ancient Egyptian artwork at the Temple of Luxor, on the East bank of the Nile. Internet users quickly found the culprit, eventually forcing the boy’s parents to apologize for what he did. The teenager wrote: “Ding Jinhao was here” in Mandarin on the 3,500-year-old artwork.

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Luis Milian
Community Member
11 months ago

you have to blame this on the parents! this is very disrespectful

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#7

Man Climbed Onto The Pedestal The Statue Sits Upon, Attempted To Take A Selfie And Knocked The Statue Over

Man Climbed Onto The Pedestal The Statue Sits Upon, Attempted To Take A Selfie And Knocked The Statue Over

One more victim of tourists who wanted to take selfies was the nearly 130-year-old Dom Sebastiao statue in Lisbon, Portugal. A person climbed onto the pedestal because they wanted to take an impressive photo, but things ended badly. Very badly. The tourist knocked the statue over and broke it into pieces. Police officers arrested the perpetrator after they tried to run away.

Ewan Munro , Infraestruturas de Portugal Report

Kaisu
Community Member
11 months ago

I'm glad they were arrested at least, I hope they got a hefty fine

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#8

Tourist Knocked Down The Saint Michael Statue While Trying To Take A Selfie (Lisbon, Portugal)

Tourist Knocked Down The Saint Michael Statue While Trying To Take A Selfie (Lisbon, Portugal)

Another attempt to take an impressive selfie ended very badly. One tourist seriously messed up when they destroyed the statue of Saint Michael at the National Museum of Ancient Art in Lisbon. The visitor knocked down the statue when they backed up a bit too far for the selfie. The statue of Saint Michael shattered in such a way that it was impossible to repair it.

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Shawn
Community Member
11 months ago

So much history that can survive countless things except the modern moron glued to their phone..

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#9

Bison Calf Euthanized After Yellowstone Tourists Put It In Their Car To 'Keep It Warm'

Bison Calf Euthanized After Yellowstone Tourists Put It In Their Car To 'Keep It Warm'

Two tourists thought they were doing a good deed when in fact they were dooming an animal. The pair found a bison calf near a road in Yellowstone National Park and put it into their car so it would be warm. This act sealed the baby bison’s fate: it was no longer clear where it came from and which bison was its mother, meaning it couldn’t be reunited with its herd. What’s more, it started approaching people and cars on the road, creating dangerous situations. The bison had to be euthanized because two tourists couldn’t leave wildlife alone like they should have.

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Shawn
Community Member
11 months ago

This is like the people saving a "turtle" by tossing it into a nearby water source when it's really a tortoise that they just doomed to drowning..

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#10

Russian Tourist Fined $24,000 For Colosseum Graffiti

Russian Tourist Fined $24,000 For Colosseum Graffiti

CNN reported that authorities in Rome have slapped a 20,000 euros ($24,800) fine on a Russian tourist who carved his name into one of the city's most famous historic landmarks. The 42-year-old man was apprehended after a guard at the Colosseum saw him scratch the letter "K" in a section of brickwork. The graffiti was found on a ground floor section of the nearly-2,000 year-old structure where restoration work was taking place.

"The damage to the monument is notable," site superintendent Mariarosaria Barbera said. "The incision cut out part of the surface of the structure and compromises its conservation and image."

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ADHORTATOR
Community Member
11 months ago

not enough

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#11

Yellowstone Hot Spring Turning Green Because Of Tourists Throwing In "Good Luck" Coins

Yellowstone Hot Spring Turning Green Because Of Tourists Throwing In "Good Luck" Coins

A hot spring pool found in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, changed color from crystal blue to yellow-green because tourists kept on throwing coins and rocks into it. The pool is known as Morning Glory, and has recently been nicknamed “Fading Glory” due to how much it has changed. Tourists throw in coins and rocks because they hope that good luck will then follow them. The debris stuck in the pool’s vents has slowed down the water’s circulation, dropping the temperature and allowing the proliferation of bacteria that produce the unusual pigmentation.

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Shawn
Community Member
11 months ago

Way to go morons.. we can't have anything nice..

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#12

Jerk Tourists Chase Endangered Tibetan Antelopes For Photos, Get Fined

Jerk Tourists Chase Endangered Tibetan Antelopes For Photos, Get Fined

Seven people were fined for pursuing a herd of Tibetan antelopes with their cars. Driving two white SUVs, they trespassed into Selincuo National Nature Reserve in an attempt to take pictures of the animals. When the speeding cars got dangerously close to the antelopes, anonymous witnesses filmed and captured the illegal actions. After people started posting the footage on Weibo (China's equivalent of Twitter), it caused a huge backlash as netizens expressed anger over what they believed to be a careless and dangerous way to photograph the creatures. Later, Lhasa police made an official statement saying that the drivers had been detained and the cars they had hidden had been found. Eventually, the Forestry Department of the Tibet Autonomous Region published the results of the investigation, imposing a penalty of 15,000 yuan (2,257 US dollars) on each of the suspects. The reserve's caretakers responsible had their basic allowance suspended for three months and the local administrative departments were also blamed for the incident.

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Neon Petra
Community Member
11 months ago (edited)

That's $22 000 AU. Hope the antelopes were okay. (EDIT: Oops. Yeah. Not $22 000.)

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#13

Tourists Destroy Beautiful Azalea Trees In Bloom In China: Some Even Use Branches For Barbecue

Tourists Destroy Beautiful Azalea Trees In Bloom In China: Some Even Use Branches For Barbecue

Spring symbolizes rebirth, but this doesn’t give anyone a license to destroy nature for their own pleasure. The Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture in China always draws in tourists who want to enjoy the blooming azalea trees. However, not all tourists are happy with just looking. Some of them broke off branches from the beautiful trees, others picked flowers, while there were even some who pulled trees up with their roots. All of this was for the sake of some pretty photos. One group of vandals even used some branches to start a barbecue.

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Luis Milian
Community Member
11 months ago

I hate people most of the times. they deserve to get slapped in the face!

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#14

The Beach Near My House After The Tourists Left

The Beach Near My House After The Tourists Left

Recently, Margate beach in United Kingdom was covered with empty bottles, paper plates and other dirty "leftovers." According to the BBC, Thanet District Council cleaned up the litter and is trying to identify those responsible.

"We love to see people enjoying our beautiful sandy beaches but the mess that was left on Saturday was shocking and heartbreaking to see," Bob Bayford, the council leader said.

"There were a number of groups on the beach on Saturday and permission had been granted for a 500-person event, at the Nayland Rock end."

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Neon Petra
Community Member
11 months ago

How dare they. And so close to the ocean as well!

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#15

Tourists’ Selfie Mania Destroys Rare Pink Grass

Tourists’ Selfie Mania Destroys Rare Pink Grass

South China Morning Post reported that a field of pink, cloud-like grass flowers in a park in eastern China had to be cut down on Sunday after it was trampled by selfie-taking tourists. These flowers bloom for about two months every autumn, but those in the Binjiang riverside park in the city of Hangzhou were completely destroyed. Photos published by various Chinese media outlets show tourists ignoring rope barriers and flattening the 10-acre area.

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Luis Milian
Community Member
11 months ago

hate to say it, but Chinese people have no respect anywhere.

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#16

People Allegedly Destroying Stone Pillars At Hampi

People Allegedly Destroying Stone Pillars At Hampi

After a few vandals were caught on camera destroying the pillars of the Vishnu temple at the UNESCO world heritage site in Hampi, India, the locals started demanding strict action against them. Roughly a week after the video surfaced, Karnataka police have arrested four people.

All of them confessed to the vandalism. "They were excited [about] seeing the monuments in Hampi," Ballari SP Arun Rangarajan said. "They claim to have toppled the pillar in sheer excitement. They had no idea how historically significant Hampi is."

"All four have been [receiving death threats] since the video went viral."

Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in east-central Karnataka, India. It became the centre of the Hindu Vijayanagara Empire capital in the 14th century. By 1500 CE, it was the world's second-largest medieval-era city (surpassed only by Beijing), attracting traders all the way from Persia and Portugal.

Hampi's ruins are spread over 4,100 hectares (16 sq mi) and UNESCO described it as an "austere, grandiose site" of more than 1,600 surviving remains of the last great Hindu kingdom in South India.

Kandukuru Nagarjun , PraveenMohanET Report

Kaisu
Community Member
11 months ago

"They claim to have toppled the pillar in sheer excitment" wtf, who destroys something just because they're excited

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#17

Tourists Destroy Natural Wonder By Carving ‘Send Nudes’ Into It

Tourists Destroy Natural Wonder By Carving ‘Send Nudes’ Into It

One of Iceland’s famous moss-covered hills was vandalized. Tourists carved in the words “send nudes” into the hill in South Iceland, which means the moss could take many years to regrow. This is far from the only time that tourists targeted this hill — there are more words (and names) carved into the hill. A local tour guide Gunnar Birgisson told the media that an Icelander started the trend when he wrote his name on the hill many years ago.

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Shawn
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11 months ago

Only a twaffle would do that..

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#18

Tourist Spotted Burying Used Diaper In The Sand On Boracay Beach

Tourist Spotted Burying Used Diaper In The Sand On Boracay Beach

A viral video of tourists burying a soiled diaper in the beach in the Philippines prompted local authorities to close the area for water quality tests. After determining that the water quality remained safe, the Boracay Interagency Task Force reopened the area later in the day.

"This is an unfortunate incident pero [but] we will not tolerate those who violate the law whether foreigner or local. [Everyone should follow the law],” Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat told CNN Philippines. She said that authorities will work on aggressively informing tourists about beach rules and regulations.

In April 2018, the world-famous Boracay island underwent a six-month closure and rehabilitation after President Rodrigo Duterte called the island a “cesspool.”

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Monika Rhodes
Community Member
11 months ago

Might be disgusting but I'd dig it out and throw it in her face!

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#19

Tourists Destroy Priceless Italian Monument While Trying To Take A Selfie

Tourists Destroy Priceless Italian Monument While Trying To Take A Selfie

Selfies aren’t harmless. Locals living in the city of Cremona, Italy, can certainly attest to that. One of the crowning jewels of Cremona is the well-known “Two Hercules” statue. Unfortunately, two tourists broke the marble crown that sits atop the coat-of-arms, flanked by a pair of figures. The incident happened when the tourists climbed on the statue and were taking a selfie. The duo at fault are still to be located.

Николай Максимович , Corriere Report

nanashi
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11 months ago

Selfie is now just short for Selfish

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#20

Photos Taken By Bali Dive School Shows Coral Defaced With Writing Etched In

Photos Taken By Bali Dive School Shows Coral Defaced With Writing Etched In

When dive centre OK Divers posted photos of a coral that has been intentionally defaced with words and names etched into it, people were absolutely outraged. As the post went viral, the divers used the opportunity to send an important message: "Like many of you, we believe that their dive guide should have known better than to let them do this," OK Divers said. "Nonetheless, the diver has come forward, they are truly sorry. Even though it won't help the coral, we appreciate their honesty and believe they have learned a lesson they will never forget ... [we ask you to] think of what we all can do to prevent such things from happening and how we can protect the precious underwater world."

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TheAnimeGirl
Community Member
11 months ago

What thought comes to ur head to think this is ok

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#21

Indonesian Tourists Vandalize Olmec Monumental Sculptures In Tabasco

Indonesian Tourists Vandalize Olmec Monumental Sculptures In Tabasco

Two tourists from Indonesia vandalized a grand total of 15 sculptures in the La Venta Museum and Park in Tabasco, Mexico. The pair sprayed liquid oil on the archaeological pieces, one of which was the giant Olmec head (pictured), also known as the “The Old Warrior.” What makes things even worse is the fact that the sculptures that were damaged by the tourists dated back to 1,000 BC.

alexandersr , Jaime Ávalos/EFE Report

Lilla Bence
Community Member
11 months ago

Hm, I just wonder, what is the point in spraying oil on a monument if not a deliberate act of destruction?

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2,000-Year-Old Megalithic Tomb In Spain Vandalized With Harry Potter References

2,000-Year-Old Megalithic Tomb In Spain Vandalized With Harry Potter References

According to The Olive Press, a 'Deathly Hallows' symbol appeared on the La Casa dos Mouros dolmen in Vigo, Galicia. Despite it being a protected site, Mayor Oscar Dominguez didn't want to give the vandal any credit: "Maybe JK Rowling dropped by to promote her latest spin-off,” he joked. "Either way, it is clear that the graffiti was carried out by an amateur in the world of magic."

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Roger Haywood
Community Member
11 months ago

What a moron.

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#23

Tourists Damage Ancient Landform Where Dinosaurs Roamed

Tourists Damage Ancient Landform Where Dinosaurs Roamed

A group of Chinese tourists damaged a 200,000-year-old land formation in a geopark in Zhangye, in central China. They bragged about it on a video-sharing platform called Douyin. The footage (now deleted) shows two men and a woman (not including the person behind the camera) walking on red and yellow stripes of sand, a signature of the Danxia land formation. There was a text next to the original upload: "Good things must be shared twice: we went through the back door and didn’t have to pay for a ticket. This area looks even better." 

"I destroyed a 6,000-year-old [formation]," a member of the group was heard saying.

According to Liang Xiaofeng, an assistant researcher at the Institute of Geology and Geophysics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the bottom layers of the Danxia landform date back to the Cretaceous period, about 40 million to 100 million years ago. "That’s the era from the show Dinosaur Corps Koseidon, when all the dinosaurs were active,” he told South China Morning Post. The sand layer damaged by the tourists was estimated to have been formed 200,000 to 400,000 years ago.

Local authorities have launched an investigation to find the tourists as soon as the video became public, and experts were called in to determine the damage. According to the government's statement, railings around the affected area which had not yet been opened to the public were also damaged. The city's government said it has set up measures to prevent similar incidents in the future.

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Neon Petra
Community Member
11 months ago

Ugh. Just no.

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#24

Japanese Bamboo Forest ‘Cries’ After Tourists Vandalize Trees

Japanese Bamboo Forest ‘Cries’ After Tourists Vandalize Trees

A bamboo forest in Kyoto, Japan, started “crying” after inconsiderate tourists carved graffiti on the trees. The forest has been attracting tourists from all over the world with its breathtaking serenity, but at least 100 bamboo trees have been vandalized with English, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese writings. While maintenance staff has managed to conceal the damages with some green tape, it was reported that the affected trees will eventually be cut down.

Casey Yee , EbisuyaArashiyama Report

Neon Petra
Community Member
11 months ago

I've been there. It's in Kyoto and you can literally see the horrible vandalism. I have one thing to say to anyone who thinks this is okay: This isn't cool. It's stupid, useless, and downright offensive.

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Tourists Allegedly Vandalize A Mosque In South Of Morocco

Tourists Allegedly Vandalize A Mosque In South Of Morocco

Local news website Tiznit37 reported that tourists who spent nearly a week in a resort called Boutbouqalt desecrated a mosque by leaving offensive insults and drawings on its walls. After this incident went viral, residents of Arbaa Ait Ahmed called the act “savagery,” demanding that the authorities intervene. The police were reported to have opened an investigation.

moroccoworldnews Report

Kaisu
Community Member
11 months ago

This is disgusting, vandalising any religion's holy places is so disrespectful

Zenozenobee
Community Member
11 months ago

Considering every pics of the post, I don't think this kind of person know what respect means so, religious monuments, Archeological sites, pieces of art, natural sites, living creatures... it doesn't make any difference for them, they just spoil everything they can.

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TheAnimeGirl
Community Member
11 months ago

This is so disrespectful. This building is extremely important to some people

Monty Glue
Community Member
11 months ago

Who need ISIS when we have tourists to destroy history and art??

DP von Icecream
Community Member
11 months ago

Some tourists are the new ISIS ;-)

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Inservio Letum
Community Member
11 months ago

Okay the stickman relieving himself is crass and vile, but scrawling PEACE on a monument to bronze-age barbarism is a VERY poignant political statement.

Lisa Chambers
Community Member
11 months ago

Yeah this isnt how you obtain peace. Fuck off and go to jail.

Karina Andersen
Community Member
11 months ago

regardless of the religious aspect, what hope has mankind when morons walk the earth, a good reason for birth control

juice
Community Member
11 months ago

this is why i've never been proud to call myself part of the human race...

BG Reynolds
Community Member
11 months ago

Vandalism of any kind is disrespectful! Find these slackers and levy high fines and jail time!

Epic Rainbow
Community Member
11 months ago

allegedly??? seriously? there is no doubt that it was vandalized!

Logan Scaggs
Community Member
5 months ago

That's what I'm saying!!!

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Sandy J Renfroe
Community Member
11 months ago

Madness

Marlene Ricker
Community Member
11 months ago

This is definitely a hate crime and should be dealt with as such.

Becky Greeley
Community Member
11 months ago

Hope they are successful with said investigation.

Ana M
Community Member
11 months ago

This is disgusting! Any religions' holy places are for people to respect. Again, jail 20-30 years.

Give me a beagle any day...
Community Member
11 months ago

OMG

Amira rose butchet
Community Member
2 months ago

And Out of all things they could have drawn, they had to draw somebody peeing. This was so a dare.

Logan Scaggs
Community Member
5 months ago

Why do some of these posts say "allegedly" when you can clearly see the vandalism???

Steve Gad
Community Member
5 months ago

This is one place where it is NOT OK to "Give piss a chance!"

Mark Evans
Community Member
10 months ago

Must be an American Christian. Like they have respect for Islam.

jevais
Community Member
11 months ago

Blowing up churches and killing worshippers is horrendous also!

Tom Ayto Jr.
Community Member
11 months ago (edited)

Peace, yeah right.

Paige Garberding
Community Member
11 months ago

Let the community deal with them, hehehe.

Derek Honeyman
Community Member
11 months ago

"Allegedly"???

Mairlady
Community Member
11 months ago

Obviously these people who carry markers, paints with them are going out to purposely cause damage, need to be put in jail!

gabiru
Community Member
11 months ago

If this is an attempt at humour you totally failed

Bacony
Community Member
11 months ago

W-what...?

Slune
Community Member
11 months ago

....at least it's removable, disrespectful but not damaged like others before.

Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
11 months ago

Removable how? It’s spray-painted.

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louis porter
Community Member
11 months ago

It's a funny picture though...

Pamela
Community Member
11 months ago

Moslems often vandalise their own property to blame non-moslems to gain sympathy for their evil ideology. So the word 'allegedly' in the heading is very appropriate! :P

Aminat Temicheva
Community Member
11 months ago

"Allegedly", you can't even spell the name right of a whole group of people you obviously know nothing about, but still feel free to spew your hatred. I hope nobody vandalizes your house and that you never encounter the day when you get bullied for being or looking different. May any God have more compassion with you than you with others. To the rest of you: I love you, fellow Bored Pandas, have a nice day!

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Soba
Community Member
11 months ago

so bored panda started to delete comments! wow! such a new low!

Soba
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11 months ago

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religious people killed millions of people in last 100 years but a comment against them got deleted because probably Jesus or Allah don't like it!m

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Emory Griffis
Community Member
11 months ago

There is nothing sacred about a pedophile false prophet and urinating on a place that promotes his ideology of bloodlust seems tame compared to what should have been done: burned to the ground. (thanking you in advance for your downvotes--the truth hurts, huh?) heathens-5...3d2242.jpg heathens-5d6038c3d2242.jpg

Monika Rhodes
Community Member
11 months ago

Like christians murdering people in crusades? No? You better believe in 'our God' or you'll all die kind of thing? Forgot about that? Truth hurts, huh?

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Rob Grimaldi
Community Member
11 months ago

You know they’ll kill you there.

Disgruntled
Community Member
11 months ago

In Morocco? Clearly you aren't very well travelled.

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Russian Otaku
Community Member
11 months ago

What a waste of paint. Better to just break something as it's only a building that encourages psychosis

Moezarella
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11 months ago

what an ignorant person.

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11 months ago

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might have been some local gay, atheist, etc who had been targeted by the mosque's Imam. who knows?

Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
11 months ago

I’m an atheist and I would never do anything like this. Neither would any of my many gay friends.

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Tourists Doing Stupid Things At Yellowstone National Park

Tourists Doing Stupid Things At Yellowstone National Park

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Pallavi D'Souza
Community Member
11 months ago

Why are there so many Chinese & Asians in the list, torturing animals & destroying nature? It as though they have utter disregard for the environment.

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