Gary Rothko (1982 - Present) and his father, Robin Rothko (1955 - present) are a father and son scam team. Working primarily in the Greater Manchester area, they would use their trustworthy faces to gain the trust of their mark before enacting their elaborate and heartless schemes.
Tim Kencrom (1967 - 2003) was responsible for orchestrating the rise in hospital mutinies in the mid to late '80s in which doctors and nurses were urged to take command of the hospital in the same way in which one may commandeer a vehicle.
Trent McMosley (1971 - Present day) studied at both Cambridge and Oxford universities. However this did not aid in calming his hatred of Sheep Dogs, in late June 2001 he used all his powers to vanquish the sheepdogs population of the North East of England, UK.
He now resides in Southernmost Southern Europe where he owns a small olive farm.
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The Footie club (1982-5) was a grotesque gang of three, Toby Stanfield, Bertie Flecktube and Flaubert Trick. They wandered around outside Saturday football matches, launching items they had collected during the week into the grounds, using a crudely built trebuchet. Anything from Cola bottles, hedgehogs, small vehicles were cast over the walls of stadiums and small grounds around the UK.
Toby Stanfield (1960 - 1999) The ring-leader andfounding member of the footie club was known for his hatred of any team to allow players to grow their hair long.
Bertie Flecktube (1964 - Present Day) was the youngster of the group and the only suviving member, he now runs a small butchers in stockport
Flaubert Trick (1930-1985) had a twisted mind, believing passionatly that football should only be played by men over the age of 50. His actions on the 5th of september 1985 lead to not only his own death but also to the arrest of the remaining members.
Hank Stool (1902-1959) was also known as 'the dreaded butcher of Buxton'. After quitting his job as a butcher he became a crime overlord, organising the now legendary 'Attack on the wealthy'. He was finally caught and executed in 1959 after accidentally handcuffing himself via a series of mysterious accidents. Now widely regarded as the most fearsome gangster ever witnessed in Buxton the families of the once wealthy victims regularly burn down his statue (located in Kent) replacing it with sawdust.
Glen Closer (1955 - Present) turned bad after a series of relentless prank calls from teenagers who found the similarities between his name and that of a famous actress completely hilarious. Glen has since changed his first name to Gland and now works in the adult entertainment industry.
Philip Frederickson (1960-1998) was a on the whole disliked man from Stoke, England. He once, now famously, tied a Labrador to a motorbike for 59 hours, claiming that nobody would want to steal both. His complete published works ilaborate on this theory culminating with his last book (published 1990-92) was titled 'the mutual exclusiveity of the coverting of motorvehicles and labrodors'.
Harry P Willmonger (1809-1909) was a collector of trinkets and dazzling shinies. On the day of the 14th of October 1865 he purposefully destroyed an old 'wiseman's collection of miniature looms. Some have attributed the argument that followed to the begining of the great war (1914 to 1918)
John Allingson (1982 - Present) contributed to the demise of the Woolworths chain of stores by frequently shoplifting penny sweets and small fancies as a child. As an adult, he pilfered DVD players and Nintendo DS games as well as the sweets.
It was in 1982 that Andre Kingston (1948 - Present Day) was first banned from Leicester. It was in a Leicester-based pizza restaurant that Andre tripped up a waitress. Needless to say, the situation escalated beyond reasonable expectations. This is the origin of the popular phrase 'By Andre's Teeth!' to express surprise or disgust.