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Old 07-31-2002, 01:56   #1 (permalink)
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Minge catches Badge Theives!

Yep

Bloody hell once again I caught 3 kids scrapping my Tickford Badges off my car in Ascott Vale!

What can i say the buggers scratched my baby, and i caught them red handed!

Years of working as a bouncer has taught me a few valiable lesson, 1) Loose you cool quickly if you can grab em. 2) Know the presure points to bring a person to the ground when outnumbered 3) The adams apple upper cut ensures no screaming!

This all happened around 5.00pm today, jusxt had a new lounge suite delivered and was throwing the wrapping in the bin when I saw 3 kids, 18-20 standing around my car.

On a further look i could see my rear tickford badge missing, walking upto the car i saw that it had been scrapped off and the paint damaged... but bugger me.. they where working on the drivers side one when i screamed at them!

Fools, 2 of them threatend me with a screw driver, while the younger one run off (Laminge doesnt run) so he was lucky..

To cut it short, and after the cops left, One is spending the night locked up for prior offences in the area, the other is in St Vincents with a bruised adams apple, broken nose, and a size 14 shoe imprint in his groin!

The cops where great and got no hassle out of them, quite the opposite actually, they where in fits of laughter when they turned up to see me sitting on both of them on the side of the road!

I may have been too harsh, and i will take any flamming from people on the forum, but you mess with my Ford and you pay the price.

Might leave the wings off for a while and try to patch up these scratches!


Damm, im still shaking!
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Good stuff mate

You just cant mess with a mans car!
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LMFAO, Got exactly what they deserved. Man I have such a mental picture in my head of this. I can just see you wandering out (probably in the moccos) beautiful sun setting over the TS50 and WTF. I can imagine the look on your face and then the steam coming from your ears.

Its good to here that these little pricks messed with the wrong guy, I have always wanted to hear a good news story like this.

GOOD ON YA MINGE!!



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Well done minge!!!! they got far LESS than they deserved!!!
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You just cant mess with a mans car!
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Good to see you got em laminge......mongrels
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Chalk one up for the (not so) little guy.
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Thats a real bugger Minge!
At least you caught them and the law can deal with them.
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Can't blame a man for taking this reaction - I guess most of us would (with varying degrees of success)!

However it is worth noting (as the VOR) that taking such action can sometimes be a bad thing -

1. They could have had a more serious weapon than a screwdriver (i.e knife etc.) and given that they are more than likely to be users of illegal substances this can present substantial risk.
2. The damage caused in the above incident is about as much as can be caused without incurring the wrath of the law yourself. The key term here is the use of "reasonable" force to protect your property and that is a very rubbery definition.

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Hey,

Well done Laminge!

Somehow I dont think you're from Windale, but it does appear you have been paying attention to our techniques. Especially the adams apple, the groin and the sitting.

Well proud of you.

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Can't blame a man for taking this reaction - I guess most of us would (with varying degrees of success)!

However it is worth noting (as the VOR) that taking such action can sometimes be a bad thing -

1. They could have had a more serious weapon than a screwdriver (i.e knife etc.) and given that they are more than likely to be users of illegal substances this can present substantial risk.
2. The damage caused in the above incident is about as much as can be caused without incurring the wrath of the law yourself. The key term here is the use of "reasonable" force to protect your property and that is a very rubbery definition.

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