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Thieving B'stards

Postby rearwheelsteercompact » Fri Nov 05, 2010 4:06 pm

Not after any sympathy - just a reminder to be on your guard.

During the night someone broke into my garden shed and helped themselves to my property.

They had to scale a fence to unbolt the gate.

The dog slept peacefully throughout. :lol:

They even took a shovel and broke into my mates car down the road and tried to steal it in order to make off with my stuff - a bit ironic that!

For years I had motion sensing lights which eventually broke and never got replaced due to complacency.

I'm going to revamp security here (tomorrow :oops: )

Whoever they (2 sets of footprints) were I sincerely hope their next turd is a hedgehog :twisted:
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Re: Thieving B'stards

Postby bruvs1 » Fri Nov 05, 2010 8:39 pm

bloody worse nightmare getting things nicked, i got robbed years ago, horrible feeling to walk in your house and see it empty!! :shock: taught me a harsh but important lesson to try and be one step ahead, i know i,m never going to live in a fortress but we try to make it hard for the low life tossers.. :evil: don't forget my two antique gold carriage clocks on the insurance form that you were looking after !!!!! :lol: :lol: oh and don't forget to nail up some carpet gripper rods to the fence and gate, then smear the spikes with dog s**t !! the thought of them licking there bloodied fingers is enough to make you smile :lol: !!
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Re: Thieving B'stards

Postby rearwheelsteercompact » Fri Nov 05, 2010 9:46 pm

Very tempted with the carpet grippers. In fact I just got back home, looked at the fence and thought that very same thought (again).

Problem is if they injure themselves you can be liable :shock:

They've been bang at it overnight round here. Quite a few done!

When I rang the Police to report it they said someone will call on Sunday as they had no-one available until then. My mate with the car was told Saturday tea time. After giving them the benefit of my thoughts on the matter we both got visited today :wink:

I found a really good muddy footprint. Did crime scenes visit? Nope! Did it rain? Yep! Are they tossers :?:

Luckily I photographed it just in case :idea:

The insurance/claim agents are going to visit to look at my receipts and any photo's of the stolen gear as proof of having it - fcuking fat chance of me finding either. How long do you keep receipts :roll:

Oh and your antique clocks - they left them behind with a note attached saying they are sh!te :lol:
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Re: Thieving B'stards

Postby bruvs1 » Fri Nov 05, 2010 9:59 pm

rearwheelsteercompact wrote:Very tempted with the carpet grippers. In fact I just got back home, looked at the fence and thought that very same thought (again).

Problem is if they injure themselves you can be liable :shock:


worth the risk in my eyes just to find out who it is, at least then you get to chin them on the way in to court :D it would be worth every penny/hour of community service :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Thieving B'stards

Postby is-si » Fri Nov 05, 2010 10:47 pm

Sorry to hear about that :(

Problem is if they injure themselves you can be liable :shock:


Thats not my understanding of law either :wink:

Plug your tools into the mains :wink:
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Re: Thieving B'stards

Postby M3 Compact » Fri Nov 05, 2010 11:14 pm

Hope they only stole the two unwanted cylinders. :wink:

Sorry for joking. :oops:

Loving the carpet gripper & dog 5hit suggestion. :!:

My mate owns a golf driving range and they were getting robbed every weekend. :evil:
So he bought a massive dog (called Seve) to guard the premises. :idea:
He fell in love with Seve and couldn't sleep at night for fear of Seve being harmed by pikey thieves.:roll:
So he started taking Seve and all the stock home at the end of every day. :arrow:
Seve ran across the road chasing a 5hag one day and he got squished by an HGV. :cry:

You just can't fcuking win sometimes.

These never fail, tho....

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Re: Thieving B'stards

Postby rearwheelsteercompact » Fri Nov 05, 2010 11:50 pm

If that's true about Seve............it's very sad..........really (stop giggling at the back)

Pikeys are round here nearly every day. 3 up in transit pickups with eyes like chithouse rats.

They left the cylinders - preferred the 2 full sets of golf bats and 3 lots of fishing tackle.

It's apparent their original interest was the rice rocket on the drive - the rest was a consolation prize.

Still look on the bright side - I've got my shovel back :lol:

Now this is what I would like to find on a gripper fence - two pairs please but slightly ripped.
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Re: Thieving B'stards

Postby M3 Compact » Fri Nov 05, 2010 11:57 pm

100% true about Seve the St Bernard, RWSC. (Silsden Driving Range.)

I had the pleasure of knowing Seve for about 6 years and he was man's best friend to a tee. 8)

That picture's gross. :shock: :lol:
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