Floral shrine – including huge pack of Marlboro fags – left at grave of traveller James Nolan whose family terrorised NZ | The Sun

Floral shrine – including huge pack of Marlboro fags – left at grave of traveller James Nolan whose family terrorised NZ | The Sun

August 26, 2022

A FLORAL shrine including a huge packet of Marlboro cigarettes has been left at traveller James Nolan's grave.

A makeshift bottle of Corona Extra and Molson Canadian also sit next to the grave as well as a floral Gordon's Gin bottle and M&S Porn Star Martini.

Flowers reading 'OUR DADDY' are surrounded by pictures of the traveller, known as Jimmy. One image shows him next to a supercar.

Jimmy was found dead earlier this month aged 29. His shrine also includes a Canadian flag, a blue heart and shirt with "BOSS" on it.

More flowers read "RIP JIMMY" at the memorial in Teddington, South London.

His family became known as the "unruly tourists" after they caused carnage while on an extended holiday in New Zealand back in 2019.


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They allegedly refused to pay for meals, damaged their apartment and stole a journalist's phone.

Other family members were convicted of theft, while Nolan was accused of driving a car at a woman attempting to film him.

The traveller was also arrested for his part in an alleged roofing scam in the country.

His family's antics became so well-known among locals that a 10,000-strong petition was started demanding “Deport the unruly tourists”.

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The Mayor of Auckland has also branded them "worse than pigs".

Tributes have now flooded in for Nolan, 29, who was laid to rest this week.

No details on the circumstances surrounding his death have been revealed.

His sister Lulu said: "My big lovely brother Jimmy Nolan as much as we always had argument been there all my life loved him like a big brother best daddy to his big lovely children and best husband to my sister."

One pal said: "Very sad rest in peace jimmy Nolan nice fella you were please keep his family in your prayers."

While another said: "Rest in peace Jimmy Nolan hard to believe".

But the sentiment has not been shared among everyone following Nolan's death.

Some New Zealanders appeared to welcome the tragedy, with many claiming "good riddance".

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The country slapped Nolan and four others with 28-day deportation liability notices before they returned to the UK.

Once they were back in England, the family claimed they had a "holiday from hell" and were "tortured and condemned".

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