DAVID Cameron has told British tourists to recoup the UKs £2 billion EU surcharge by stealing things from continental hotels.This Ibis in Valencia might have stuff worth nicking
The prime minister said many hotels now have very good televisions in the rooms that are probably worth at least £250.
He added: Also, shower heads, light fittings, chairs – dont be shy.
You could even take apart the air conditioning unit so it fits in your suitcase.
I was in a hotel in Germany recently that had an Apple Mac in the room, so I stole it and flogged it to one of my wifes friends.
Three hundred quid. Fuck you, Brussels.
Under the plan every Briton travelling abroad would have official diplomatic status, granting them immunity from prosecution.
Martin Bishop, from Peterborough, said: Sounds good. Will I be allowed to steal cleaners, bellboys, waiters, that sort of thing?
Mr Cameron said that if the money was not recouped after two years of hotel theft, Britons would shoplift in EU countries and mug elderly Europeans at cash machines.