Gone In Less Than 60 Seconds!

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Bad Billy, Mar 7, 2019.

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  1. Bad Billy

    Bad Billy Baddest Member

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  2. Tiglet

    Tiglet Vintage Member

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    The way they loaded the bike into the back of the van I’d say they’d done this before :mad:

    Most probably the bike will be broken for spares by now.
     
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  3. Bad Billy

    Bad Billy Baddest Member

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    There was no plate on the bike so I guess it was brand new awaiting PDI at the dealer in Preston.
     
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  4. Yorkshireman

    Yorkshireman Crème de la Crème

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    #4 Yorkshireman, Mar 7, 2019
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    And there was probably another one on board hence why they didn’t open both doors. Complete and utter scum, boils my piss big time.
    A worthwhile reminder that it’s so easy to take even a big bike. Lock it if you can’t see it.
     
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  5. Tiglet

    Tiglet Vintage Member

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    Looks like it Billy.

    The number plates on the van were probably stuck over its proper reg and they probably went round the corner and whipped top plates off the van.
     
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  6. dilligaf

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    Feckin scum :mad:
     
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  7. Tiglet

    Tiglet Vintage Member

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    The steering wasn’t even locked on the bike.

    I know they would still have had the bike away but if the steering had been locked it may have taken them a little longer to load the van and a higher risk of being seen.
     
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  8. Dougie D

    Dougie D Crème de la Crème

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    I hope the video goes viral:mad: someone must recognize the scum bags
     
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  9. Red Thunder

    Red Thunder Crème de la Crème

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    Hold on...totally brand new bike
    Not even PDI
    Totally unlocked, not even a steering lock on
    Just left outside and able to be wheeled away

    Don't get me wrong the shits that stole it deserves a session with Mr Wallace, a blow torch and a pair of pliers. But the owners did absolutely nothing to prevent it.
    The simplest of disc locks would have stopped this
     
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  10. Bad Billy

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    Yes I would imagine that as it is a shop and sells disc locks etc that they might now be taking some out of stock to secure the bikes, #gate-horse-bolted!
     
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  11. steve lovatt

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    A careless moment that I doubt will be repeated but the feckers still need to have their fingers chopped off! :mad::mad:
     
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  12. Bad Billy

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    But how would they sign on with no fingers? Grrrrr! :mad:
     
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  13. Rocker

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    They need to get a nice ramp:joy: nick it obviously
     
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  14. Sprinter

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    #14 Sprinter, Mar 7, 2019
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    These gangs amaze me,
    " Hay lets go seal stuff?"
    " Yeah, OK '.

    The way they throw it in the van, scratching the belly and breaking the mirrors, no wonder they cant work ,they dont give a f3ck. They want it enough to seal it ,but not enough to care about it.

    How often do we think about this when we buy cheap bits on eBay?

    I should not have to lock my stuff ,it is my stuff.

    In Japan people never take the keys from their scooters they park them go to work and when they return the scooter is there where they left it.
    Simples.
     
  15. Bad Billy

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    In general thieves are lazy, if your bike has some form of lock and the one next to it doesn't then they will go for the easier option, best idea is to lock your bike to something, as even with a disc lock on a couple of strong fellas will still be able to lift you bike into a van.
     
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