Geordie Shore's Scotty T Has A Probing Question For Gaz Beadle About His Deportation Hell
Gary Beadle has opened up about his deportation hell from when he tried to travel to New Zealand with Marty McKenna - and, of course, his Geordie Shore co-stars couldn't resist responding in their own unique way that we've come to know and love.
Sharing details of his immigration issues in his Daily Star column, Ex On The Beach's Gaz (who admits his 'battered' passport has caused problems before) explained that he'd been due to travel from Australia to New Zealand with Marty, but was initially refused after officials couldn't find details of his Visa.
However, when he was later allowed to jet off to NZ, his travels were again thwarted as, after a seven-hour wait and a night in pre-approved accommodation, he was sent back to Melbourne, where he was met by someone in customs telling him: "Just one minute Mr Beadle, we need a quick chat with you."
A chat which ended with Gaz being taking to a deportation centre, a place he described as a 'room full of bunk beds with four other guys in it' on a 'military base'.
He wrote: "As I was marched in, one of the guards told me I was the only person off Australian TV to be held there, I was just thinking, what the actual f. I was given a bin bag with my bedding in, that's when it hit me. All that was running through my head was panic.
"I was stripped of everything. It didn't matter who you were, you were just a number. In fact, I was A17. Just having to ask about everything was odd. I s*** you not, this was the weirdest f***ing thing I have ever experienced."
Mohammed, his cellmate who's been in there for three and a half years, told Gaz, who was worried he would be 'stuck in the centre forever', he had 25 points to spend per day, which the Geordie lad spent on things like Snickers, Powerade and tins of tuna.
After a day in there, and many efforts from his team to get him home, Gaz finally had his flight through Thailand approved: "We got to the airport and I was physically taken onto the plane by immigration officials, properly felt like I was on the Most Wanted list. Once I landed in Bangkok, I was escorted to immigration and had my passport removed from me.
"Then, when I was ready to board the next flight, I had to sit with an immigration official again before boarding on as the last passenger (still accompanied by the official). The people on the flight must have been like WTF?! I felt like a serious criminal."
Sharing his response to Gaz's ordeal, Aaron Chalmers tweeted his Geordie co-star: "F**k me!!! Hahaha just p*ssed myself @GazGShore".
Scotty T, meanwhile, was feeling more inquisitive, writing: "Did you get anal probed lad", followed by a load of crying-laughing emojis.
Always on hand with the important questions eh, Scotty?
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