Last Updated on January 7, 2021
These rebellious guys are usually squatting or listening to gangsta-rap while drinking sake. The Yankii adore motorcycles and dye their hair orange or blond.
India — Tapori
These street gangsters from Mumbai have a quite unique motto behind their thug lives saying ‘Milking a dummy is saint.’ Therefore, they hustle tourists for a living.
The Tapori typically wish to become Bollywood stars, wear big gold chains, whiste after chicks, and use plenty of hair gel. If you watch Bollywood movies, you’ll often notice their prototype.
Spain — Cani
The Spanish thugs like to wear plenty of gold chains, rings, and other accessories that make them look as if they’ve just robbed a pawnshop. They also wear dark sunglasses and unzipped jackets on top of t-shirts. In case the gangster has perfectly toned abs, then there’s no need for the t-shirt.
These guys like to listen to loud music on public transport and unlike many other gangs, the Cani are stoned most of the time and are easy-going when it comes fighting.
Scotland — Ned
Scottish thugs live in the poorer regions of the country’s suburbs. Their main activities include violence and humiliating pranks on victims. These dudes typically wear a sports suit, carry a knife, and have a deeply sad facial expression.
Neds are known for being extremely aggressive, as well as for their ability to drink too much alcohol with too little effect.
Israel — Ars
Unlike other gangs from all over the world, the Ars are rather religious, defying the typical definition of thug subculture. They wear plenty of gold and drive customized cheap cars.
Also, they prefer national headwear instead of the regular baseball cap. Their daily routine consists of drinking booze, listening to Israeli rap, hitting on chicks, and starting fights in public places.