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Andy Davidson  says:

Kawasaki ZX-6R stolen as accident victim lay helpless

While Glenn Hawkins lay injured after a serious accident, his Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R was stolen by a man posing as a good Samaritan according to the Bristol Post. Mr Hawkins was riding through Bristol city centre on 1st August to get his bike serviced. Despite traffic lights being red for pedestrians and green for vehicles, a cyclist crossed the road in...

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preunit

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preunit says:

That's just unbelievable

I wish the thief a long and painful death.

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Ovski

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Ovski says:

Scum

No other word for him.

 

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johnlad1

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johnlad1 says:

i hope the thieving bastard

gets what he deserves stealing is bad enough but stealing from someone whose just crashed is fucking disgracefull even by criminal standards

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lgoldup

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lgoldup says:

Always...

Black!

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gaz1982

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gaz1982 says:

I hope the

robbing B*****D get's what he deserve's. I wish the victim well and I hope he get's back what is his.

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firkit

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firkit says:

Twat

What about the bloody cyclisti ignoring the rules and causing a bad accident they think they do not have to obey the highway code like the rest of the road users. Bloody thrieving scum hang him high

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snev

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snev says:

A recent MCN report about a stolen bike attracted some warped posters, Who blamed the owner, I wonder if they will do the same to this poor chap ? Thing is Anybody with an ounce of decency would not Steal. What a messed up world this would be if we all just took what we want from whoever we want. When they catch this SCUM don't waste any tax payers money on him just Treat him really bad just like we used to do before the PC brigade came to power. Your renewal premium is affected by This type of scum.

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supermario

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supermario says:

Snev

don't be a prick. That was a very different set of circumstances where the owner did very little to protect his expensive and desirable bike. We don't live in the ideal world matey, we live in the real world where people do bad things, but in that particular case the theft of that bike could easily have been avoided. Grow the fk up!

 

I would also like to extend my sincere sympathies to Glenn, there really is no excuse for what happened to him. Hope you're ok and get your bike back soon, and the thieving piece of shit gets what he deserves!

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marshk

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marshk says:

Insurance?

I can just see the insurance company deciding that they won't pay out because the owner left the keys in it! Bloody cyclists are a nightmare, they get away with it all the time. Hope you get well soon Glenn and that your bike is returned.

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flem88

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flem88 says:

Best wishes Glenn, hope you get your bike back

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