The former crown prince of Nepal notorious for violence and drunk driving rampage and much hated by people back in his country, got into trouble recently in his newly adopted home. Paras who left for Singapore after the monarchy was abolished in his country, was snubbed at a club here. From Gulf Times:
According to the report, last month Paras went to a disco wearing sneakers, jeans and a T-shirt. He was also sporting a pony tail and dark glasses. However, the man who could get away with murder in Nepal, was refused admission by the gatekeeper. Swallowing the snub, the quick-tempered former prince left the disco only to return wearing a suit. He was allowed to go inside this time but decided to leave after a couple of drinks, the report said.You can view photos of him outside the club here. Apparently the website that published the photos later received an sms from someone in Singapore defending Paras but they believed that the sms and the accompanying photos of Paras and a couple of Nepalis were actually from Paras himself.
At the car park, Paras, unused to not having the right of way any longer, picked up a fight with a fellow motorist. As luck would have it, he was noticed by a Nepali who began taking photographs of the quarreling former crown prince. Realising that he was being photographed, Paras got inside his car and left in a hurry, the report said.