-Kids, how big is he?
-Big, for sure.

Hey, Mam, come and look at the size
of this fella.

Bet you box a little, can't you, sir?
You look like a boxer.

Get out of the way.
See if they'd like a drink.

l could murder one.
Be no murdering done around here,
l don't mind telling you.

Get your hands out of there.
Cup of tea for the big fella?
Don't be silly, Mickey.
Offer the man a proper drink.

You little bugger.
-ls the big fella not coming with us?
-He's minding the car.

-What does he think we are, thieves?
-No, nothing like that.

-He just likes looking after cars.
-Good dags. Do you like dags?


-Yeah, dags.
-Dags. You like dags?

Oh, dogs.
Sure, l like dags.
-l like caravans more.
-You're very welcome.

Pikeys are well-known for their
skills ofnegotiation in business.

It's probably why
they talk like that...

:18:06 you can't follow
what's being said.

But if Tommy can get the caravan
for less than the price asked...

...on his return
there will be ice cream.

Good dog, good family.
He'll get a little homesick,
but he'll get over it.

See you later, lads. See you, boss.
All right, Mickey. Laters.
l don't see what the fuss is about.
They aren't bad fellas.
The deal was, you bought it
how you saw it.

Look, l've helped you as much
as l'm going to help you.

See that car? Use it.
You should fuck off now while
you still got the legs to carry you.

Nobody brings you...
...unless they're trying
to say something without talking.

Just give our money back
and you can keep your caravan.