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It's the mentality.

Lurgan, Co. Armagh has a considerable share of toe-rags and a certain unsavoury gentleman in his early 20s came into some money through a compensation claim. He bought himself a car. A few weeks later he was out with mates on a bender, they did a bit of rallying about under the influence with the result that he smashed the front wheel off a kerb and rendered the vehicle undriveable. Off they went back home on foot; however one of the passengers ran back to the car and returned a few minutes later. He had regrettably forgotten it was a legitimately owned vehicle and torched it, as they always did when legging it from a car... 

If you ever ask why they do these things, they don't know.

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I would set fire to their nuts when they  if ever catch them

 has all the hall marks of pikey ingress they dont give a pooh

A load moved into the new M1   11A link zone and household crime took a rocketing here last week alonv with supa loud motor bikes in the middle of the night  followed by blues and twos to keep you awake 

The best part of pratts doing wheelies is the sump drains and they sieze up ..... brilliant solution

Pete

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Are they the same ones that used to try and occupy the park just off the old Bedford road? 

They were a b****** pain and that was years ago before they put massive rocks along the side of the road to stop them

Aidan

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17 hours ago, Pete Lewis said:

I would set fire to their nuts when they  if ever catch them

 has all the hall marks of pikey ingress they dont give a pooh

A load moved into the new M1   11A link zone and household crime took a rocketing here last week

Hunter / Gatherers, Pete, living off the land in their nomadic lifestyle which they've done for years.

Imagine if the settlers in America had found their covered wagons blocked by a line of huge stones, placed there by the Red Indians....

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On 2/24/2018 at 1:57 PM, dougbgt6 said:

Wantage to Bradfield is about 20 miles. Not the car you would steal for speeding, joyriding or to get you home. Most odd.

https://www.inyourarea.co.uk/news/classic-car-stolen-and-dumped-in-bradfield/

db

If it doesn't make sense then it could also be ...

Stolen to order and then caught fire itself on the way to a lowloader in a lay-by?
Insurance job? (presumably the owners credit history has been investigated)
 

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