Hmm, strange one this.
I usually park my bike at the uni by chaining it opposite the [clearly marked] motorcycle bays, and next to the bike cage. I have never got around to getting the code for the cage as I am usually in a rush at the uni and I have a huge lock [£100 worth of Abus Granit X-Plus].
I have never seen a motorbike there, and there are no signs about this wall being motorbike parking.
I put my lock through a rusty chain that was hanging from a ring as it was much easier than getting it though the ring with the chain there.
Today I come back to find someone has moved my bike and left it unlocked. It seems that is a motorbike parking spot and the "owner" of the space has undone the chain, and moved my bike away, and left it propped up with it's lock around it, no longer fixed to anything, in a public place.
The person also had the time to print a note and affix it to the bike.
What I don't get is why the note did not suffice. Especially as there was no bike parked there that needed the space today anyway. The idea that someone can endanger my £1000-odd bike's security makes me very angry.
What I want to do is to speak to the person that did it and explain that had it gone, I would be using the CCTV to take them to a small claims court for the price of a new Blue Pig build.
Someone else has even taken the time to write on the note that was left with a biro saying it's not marked motorbike parking - perhaps one of the other people who park their bikes there regularly.
I have to go to the uni today, and I know the security staff know who it was that put it there.
What should I do/say?
It was the far ring.