Sunday, October 20, 2019

The ugly actions of travelers

Indecent drawing and carving names on historical sites, taking nude pictures in sacred places, or destroying valuable artwork are bad actions you should avoid.

The following uncultured acts have appeared so much that visitors not only lose their image but also get imprisoned.

Engrave names on the Roman arena

In 2014, there were at least 5 incidents of sabotage of the Colosseum - one of the greatest structures in the world. A Russian tourist was fined up to £ 15,800 for carving a 25 cm long K on this work.

In early 2015, two young American guests engraved the first letter of their names on the walls of the arena to take selfies.
The ugly actions of travelers
A lot of tourists unconsciously engraved words on the Roman arena. Photo: Twitter.

Graffiti on the ancient 3,500-year-old temple

Ding Jinhao, a Chinese tourist, had to confess to the international media for his unconscious behavior when painting graffiti on the 3,500-year-old sacred temple in Luxor, Egypt. The words "Ding Jinhao was here" made the online community search and find out he was living in Nanjing city, Jiangsu province. Ding's parents on his behalf apologized in the local press.
The ugly actions of travelers
Ding Jinhao's indecent drawing in the sacred temple. Weibo.

Broke the ear of a stone statue on Easter Island

Marko Kulju, a Finnish tourist, broke an ear of a statue on the famous Easter Island. Polynesian stone statues are thought to be around 1,000 years old. Kulju was arrested and fined 8.6 million Chilean pesos (about US $ 18,715).
The ugly actions of travelers
Giant stone statues on Easter Island. Photo: Rex Features.

Use black ink to write on Rothko's work

In 2012, Wlodzimierz Umaniec scribbled a line on the painting "Black on Maroon" by Mark Rothko (a famous Latvian painter) on display in the Tate Modern Museum in London, England. This picture costs tens of millions of pounds. Surprisingly, this vandalism also increased the value of the work, and Wlodzimierz was sentenced to 2 years in prison.
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The text of Wlodzimierz Umaniec on "Black on Maroon". Photo: Telegraph.

Go to the toilet and throw rubbish in Stonehenge

Volunteers and staff at Stonehenge are sad to see graffiti, gum residue or garbage around huge rocks after the summer solstice and solstice days. One employee described the "horrible stink" and "vomit, urine or feces" as what tens of thousands of unconscious people leave around historic rocks.
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The summer solstice and winter solstice event at Stonehenge attracts many visitors. Photo: Ben Birchall.

Nudity and 'selfie' at Angkor Wat

In early 2015 alone, two scandals occurred at Angkor Wat, the famous heritage complex of Cambodia. On January 31, three French tourists were sentenced to 6 months in prison but were given a suspended sentence for their "selfie" nude action. Shortly thereafter, on February 8, Siem Reap court sanctioned two American female guests for the same crime. The two girls were banned from returning to Cambodia for the next four years and fined $ 250 each.
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The Adams sisters were stripped naked and took nude pictures at Angkor Wat. Photo: News.

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