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    I agree, rather he keep paying taxes though than go on welfare. Hope whatever comes from the hit and run side of things is a lesson learned enough that it is not the right thing to do, or to repeat in future.

    What a coincidence though, a week to the day he's arrived at the same building, at around the same time, and parked in the same spot as last time!
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    Don't let him off the hit and run,teach the Cunt a lesson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marras View Post
    Don't let him off the hit and run,teach the Cunt a lesson.
    Wont be up to him, unfortunately the cops will likely just put it in the too hard basket especially as there wasn't another person involved or injuries
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    Noted. We'll check back on that one in three years
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    Quote Originally Posted by Para045 View Post
    Wont be up to him, unfortunately the cops will likely just put it in the too hard basket especially as there isnt a way to attach a revenue raising fine to the incident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Para045 View Post
    You'd think so but more likely they think they can get away without copping shit from the boss The missus was parked at the Police Academy as she used to do bookwork for the people that ran the cafe there and came out to see this vvv



    Thankfully there are CCTV cameras there and she was able to see vision and get details of the delivery truck and chase down the company who pushed the driver to come clean
    Looks to be a Disabled parking bay next to it.......I might have found the culprit



    On a Serious Note. I have been in the predicament of having my bike knocked over but Luckily (you could say) I was there at the time. I used to live in Port Hedland in the 90's and kept a Spare bike (Kawasaki KR250A2....wish I still had it) at my Grandmothers house as Transport when I had Holidays. I did a trip to Frazer's Motorcycles and while I was talking one of the assistants, we heard a loud Crunch from outside. Without even having to look I could tell it was mine

    I walked outside to find the guy who hit it doing the whole Meercat, look left-look right, run from danger thing. I caught his eye before He was able to drive off. A quick look over the Bike and the Only damage was a Indicator and Clutch lever which the guy promptly paid for
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    Quote Originally Posted by Para045 View Post
    You'd think so but more likely they think they can get away without copping shit from the boss The missus was parked at the Police Academy as she used to do bookwork for the people that ran the cafe there and came out to see this vvv



    Thankfully there are CCTV cameras there and she was able to see vision and get details of the delivery truck and chase down the company who pushed the driver to come clean
    i have seen plenty of territory's and im pretty sure that comes standard
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