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Cameron loses ANOTHER bike
#1
See here  Cameron's lost ANOTHER bike. :Smile
What a plonker :Smile

At least he locked it this time.
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#2
Big Grin you thought once would of taught the guy ... bet you lot are paying for a replacement for him though Wink
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#3
That bloke's a tw*t.

I think the current survival/ownership rate of a bike in London is measured in minutes rather than days now.

I bet it wasnt a cheap bike either...

I like the way he acts "green" by biking, but sends all of his paperwork ahead in a car - moron.
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"BMJBOY" Wrote:That bloke's a tw*t.

I think the current survival/ownership rate of a bike in London is measured in minutes rather than days now.

I bet it wasnt a cheap bike either...

I like the way he acts "green" by biking, but sends all of his paperwork ahead in a car - moron.
god london ... i went there on  a trip once and the place was a mess ... it seems if they cant have your bike as its locked up good and proper they will just taco your wheels and smash everything to pieces ... i dont see the point :Smile maybe thats what young people like me like to do, maybe i should join them being a youth and all that Tongue say good bye to your bike ben  Wink
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#5
I knew a guy who used to go around with wire-cutters cutting peoples brakes and spokes etc - just for his personaly pleasure.

He was a tw*t too.

I dont understand how/why people take pleasure in destroying peoples property - perhaps Im just odd that I have respect for other people's things!  Undecided

Steve - you wont be seeing 17 if my wheels suddenly become a bit wobbly!!  Wink
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#6
"BMJBOY" Wrote:I knew a guy who used to go around with wire-cutters cutting peoples brakes and spokes etc - just for his personaly pleasure.

He was a tw*t too.

I dont understand how/why people take pleasure in destroying peoples property - perhaps Im just odd that I have respect for other people's things!  Undecided

Steve - you wont be seeing 17 if my wheels suddenly become a bit wobbly!!  Wink

agreed ... and if you want to steal it for personal gain why ? get a job and buy it yourself thats what the poor bloke who you nicked it off did ...not in camerons case but still Big Grin

dont worry ben if i had a go at your bike everything would be gone not just a few lose spokes  Wink
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