The British citizen supported the UK's decision to leave the European Union and insisted he was not concerned about his current living situation.
The Government rejected a House of Lords amendment on the Article 50 Bill that would protect the rights of EU nationals living in Britain.
Theresa May has reiterated that EU nationals will not be forced to leave Britain. However she wanted assurances over UK citizens living in EU states.
Speaking to Radio 4, one British citizen claimed he was not concerned about Brexit, despite living in the Finnish capital, Helsinki.
UK nationals living in EU states have not had their future guaranteed by Theresa May
He said: “Are we going to be kicked out in house-to-house evictions? I don’t think so.
“My neighbours they are Chinese, I have got some Indian neighbours, and they are not all of a sudden getting a raw deal because they are not in the EU.
“If I had a vote in the referendum, personally I would have voted to Leave.”
The British citizen also added that his view was not one reflective of all expats living in Finland.
When asked how his views towards Brexit are received by fellow expats, he said: “It doesn’t go down so well.
If I had a vote in the referendum, personally I would have voted to Leave
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“The head tilts to one side, and they are thinking are you serious?”
Another expat was left fuming as he accused the UK Government of using him as a “bargaining chip” as they prepare to begin negotiations with the European Union.
He said: “I am absolutely shocked and stunned, I’ve been living in Finland for ten years last week.
“I have had no guarantee for me to stay in Finland, we are being used as bargaining chips, I just don’t know what is going to happen.”
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A British teacher living in Finland added: “I was angry, but now I think I am just worried. I’m self employed, so will I be able to carry on working here?
“What is going to happen to my pension after Brexit?”
Another expat finished by admitting that their current status is all “up in the air” as no guarantees have been made to secure their future.
He said: “I first came to Finland in 99, but now we don’t know what the future is. Do we need to get a visa to work like Russians do in Europe? It’s all up in the air.”