A motorcyclist from Australia who had his bike stolen in Swansea during a round-the-world trip says he does not hold it against the city or Wales.
Martin Williams, 53, who grew up in Swansea himself, told ITV News: "It does leave a bad flavour but it's not Swansea's fault."
The global adventurer instead said a small number of people "everywhere in the world" are simply "a little bit less honest than they should be."
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