last night myself and a few mates were goin for a drive down chapel street, but the police had blocked off the street. (seems to be a common friday night thing) so i parked my car a street away from chapel st.
1/2 way down the road i think this road looks pretty dodgy, and pointed out to my mate some glass on the side of the road, i said that i bet someone's car was broken into and got their stereo nicked.
but myself and my mates continued to chapel to get some kfc.
when i return to my car i find my rear quarter window smashed, back seats down, and my dashboard in 100 peices.
but they only managed to get my headunit out, they left the speakers and my amp.. and my remote controll that was sitting in the console ??
but yea. if anyone fines a sony CDX-CA730X for sale in the next few days, or if a someone goes, 'hey check out my new headunit' please let me know asap
i left the face on the cd player.
Has silver outer plastic cover ring-type-thingo (comes with black)
looks like this:
sorry to hear it,i guess i'll be taking precautions as it seems to be getting worst even up here,damn these F@(KER5 they'll get theres one day..
cars are a lethal weapon,your not invinsible when you get into one,and no matter how much skill you think you have,you are never in control you are always on the edge of death it may not happen today but if you keep driving like you do,you too will end up dead!
I don't mind driving down Chapel, but I'd never park it there! Its scum central, so be careful! Its a shame to hear of this mate, it happens all too often to the people who least deserve it. If only I was prime minister, or even better, dictator, I would decree that any criminal act against another person or his property is punishable by death. Petty crime at least would be eliminated. I hate to say it mate, but I doubt you'll get your stuff back, it's just the way it happens. But good luck nevertheless.
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