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Thread: Thieving scumbags again

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    Thieving scumbags again

    I have just been told that our local (ish) surf life savers have had all their gear cleaned out over two nights
    They have only just got through council to be allowed to store stuff in a shipping container at hot water beach and now have to start over getting equipped.
    Theses guys are one of the busiest in the country, and with summer fast approaching, they are going to be doing it hard.
    Bastards that do this sort of stuff just need to be removed form the fucking gene pool in my humble opinion. Scumbags is too mild a term for them.
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    Fucking low alright.
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    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    Arrrghhh that's sicckkk!!!
    Luckily being a surf life club, wont all the gear be named/branded? It's kinda noticeable stuff to steal in bulk if it starts appearing up for sale in places.
    Hopefully insurance pulls through and so can the community!

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    I am not sure about branding on gear Aly. handheld radios etc almost certainly wont have anything to id ownership.
    I am guessing that it was not local scumbags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    I have just been told that our local (ish) surf life savers have had all their gear cleaned out over two nights
    They have only just got through council to be allowed to store stuff in a shipping container at hot water beach and now have to start over getting equipped.
    Theses guys are one of the busiest in the country, and with summer fast approaching, they are going to be doing it hard.
    Bastards that do this sort of stuff just need to be removed form the fucking gene pool in my humble opinion. Scumbags is too mild a term for them.
    It should be legal to boobytrap interior doors , as in wire to the mains - in a fair world where justice, not politically correct dogma, ruled, the crims in execution of their activity would possess no rights under law, and execution of them would be both our right and duty.

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    Life savers for fuks sake.......whats next the Fire Brigade??????....hope they catch them and 'name & shame'.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 257weatherby View Post
    It should be legal to boobytrap interior doors , as in wire to the mains - in a fair world where justice, not politically correct dogma, ruled, the crims in execution of their activity would possess no rights under law, and execution of them would be both our right and duty.
    I like the way you think. If only there were a lot more of us.
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    I hope the low life's realise how low they have scooped and hang themselves or end up drowning. They don't have respect for our society and don't belong in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouser View Post
    Life savers for fuks sake.......whats next the Fire Brigade??????........

    Already happened...........

    Station robbed as firefighters tackle blaze | Stuff.co.nz
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    Lower than a snakes belly.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    This happens more regularly than realised. Most recent one I know of was Patumahoe 2 or 3 months ago. Usually it is career stations as the doors close on a timer.

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    For fuks sake. Bloody Arse holes. That's a club that really work's hard and is very much in demand thru the summer season. My son is a member. They are currently trying to get new Club Rooms sorted. I would of thought that someone would of seen/heard something shorely.
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