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  • oceanskipper
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    OP you clearly have anger management issues…

    I’m assuming that was tongue in cheek so here’s a tongue in cheek response – The issue being that he got angry, dealt with some scrote who knicked his bike and then stopped being angry and went home. Result! 👍😎

    sillysilly
    Full Member

    Im looking forward to seeing the cctv on the front page of the daily mail 😂

    hooli
    Full Member

    Good man.

    jimfrandisco
    Free Member

    People should be allowed to have nice things and use them for their intended purpose, without having to constantly compromise just to avoid it being stolen or damaged.
    You can argue about criminal activity being a product of society breakdown, we’re all victims etc etc, but hopefully getting caught with a good smack will make that scrote think twice.

    There’s me thinking Farham was far too civilised for such things.

    desperatebicycle
    Free Member

    OP you clearly have anger management issues…

    Looks like we all do when it comes to our bikes being nicked. 🤬😊

    fossy
    Full Member

    Hero !!

    MrSparkle
    Free Member

    Well done OP. You managed a potentially unpleasant situation very well.

    Superficial
    Free Member

    Yes, I’ve known that feeling and there’s not much to top it. Well done 🙂

    Onzadog
    Free Member

    Given it was a single strike, I think “anger management” couldn’t be further from the truth.

    Well done that man. Sounds like reasonable force to me.

    big_scot_nanny
    Full Member

    Brilliant. Effective, immediate, appropriate. Chapeau!

    creakingdoor
    Free Member

    Immediate justice dispensed = like button hit.
    #karma
    Years ago when I had a Raleigh racer (I were right about that saddle though…) nicked and found it padlocked outside a shop (definitely mine, stickers etc) the rozzers couldn’t give a toss. Should’ve done as the OP.

    Davesport
    Full Member

    Awesome, I’d have done pay-per-view to see this :o)

    mlpinto
    Free Member

    Glad to hear the bike was recovered. I had a bike nicked while locked in front of Farnham station. It was directly in front of the CCTV cameras which when the police investigated they found that CCTV didn’t work!

    This story reminds me of when I was a teenager and had my bike nicked from in front of a friend’s house. A few days later, said friend turned up at my place with my bike. Apparently he’d been walking down the road saw someone else riding my bike, pushed them off it, hopped on and brought it to me. Luckily he correctly recognised it!

    esselgruntfuttock
    Free Member

    Excellent work! I reckon the OP’s anger management was spot on.

    BigJohn
    Full Member

    It’s at this point Eddiebaby goes and checks the bike and sees that it’s actually a bike that just looks a bit like the one that was nicked…

    theotherjonv
    Full Member

    There’s me thinking Farnham was far too civilised for such things.

    South Farnham, sure. But ‘North Farnham’ is lawless bandit country 😉

    cakefacesmallblock
    Full Member

    Good work sir. Just a pity it’s necessary sometimes.

    ctk
    Full Member

    I just give up

    Nooooooo

    kick the shit out his knee and when he drops I get on the train with my bike and head home.

    😎

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