The areas of South Armagh and Fermanagh which, during the period known as the troubles, were in all reality ungovernable by the British Government due to it's proximity to the border with the Republic of Ireland and the general population of the area, most of whom were sympathetic to the provisional IRA. The areas were infamous for sniper attacks, large bombings and cross boarder smuggling. The British media therefore gave it the name "bandit country"
Extract from the BBC - "The dismantling of the base in Crossmaglen is seen as highly symbolic, given the village's place at the heart of what was often referred during the Troubles as 'Bandit Country'."
door TheKnowlege 9 september 2010
Area in south London centered around Bermondsey, The bandits are a group of hardcore Millwall football fans, very dangerous on match days if ur not a millwall fan, is part of the area known as deep south.
Luton football fan: 'those guys in stone island tops are looking at us funny',
Bandit: 'fuck u lookin at?'
Luton fan: 'nothin so fuck off!'
bandit grabs luton fan by throat
Bandit: 'u wonna watch ur mouth bruv, ur in bandit country now and no one will know u were fuckin ere.'
luton fan gets battered by 10 Millwall bandits.
door london12 15 juni 2006

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