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badcompanybiker

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spotted my own.

Bike got stolen a few weeks back , was quite glad tbh hated that thing, but to my amusement a 17 yr old boy pulled up at my workplace (where it was stolen from) with a black paint job (blaitently done with cheap can of spray paint , could still see orange through , with non ignition and no indicators and the same license plate haha!!!!!!!!! i told him it was my bike , its stolen and he has 5 seconds to ride it off before i smash his face in LOL he went so fast it was unbelievable !!!

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

Badcompanybike.

Wow you must have a lot of self control.I would have ripped his head off.The little bastard.:mad::mad:

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gungerdin8

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gungerdin8 says:

YEAH

THIMK ID A RIPED HIS HEAD OFF THEN PISSED ON HIM WITH A BONNER N GIVE HIM THE JET WASH:ph43r:

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badcompanybiker

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ahahaha

oh yes i did feel like that but tbh id rather put the frightners up someone so much that they are permanently thinking of it , than getting myself in trouble with the law because everyone knows the double standards surrounding the 'he nicked my bike so i broke his face' situation , you end up being locked up and he gets compensation for stealing lmao

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bmwgs

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bmwgs says:

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i would of took the bike back off him as it will be in your name and put the fear of god in to him to.

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badcompanybiker

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fear was in.

i scared him alright but tbh the bike was a heap , they drilled out ignition , snapped off indicators and no right side fairing , was sprayed by a two year old and sounded like it was dying so i didnt want it back

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

Only just read this

but was that lad there (at your work) for a reason (eg job interview)?

I'm just wondering if the bike may have changed hands (ie, been sold on) and he's unwittingly bought it from someone else?

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used2bfast

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used2bfast says:

The bike is legally

1)yours or 2) the insurance company's....either way you should have had the fooker back, regardless of condition.

I would have-in a heartbeat!:wink:

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Carlosoul

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Carlosoul says:

Brilliant...

story, just had mine nicked and your story made me laugh mate... some thiefs are sooo dumb its amazing  lol

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