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    (Original post by mikey08)
    Get a life.
    Lol, how ironic.
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    (Original post by mikey08)
    We were all heavily intoxicated at the time, I was all for running till I saw the bear/dog in the back off the van.

    The police knocked at my mates halls today but he wasn't in, they did say they'd be back after the easter holiday which is over 2 weeks so I'm thinking its not serious?
    The police have more urgent matters to attend too. If they knocked asking for your friend then they will come back. Maybe in 2 weeks or 2 months. It will be on their record waiting for an officer to fill it and investigate, its not going to be brushed under the carpet

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    It wasn't the cleverest thing to do, but if they police aren't interested then you have nothing to worry about.

    The security guards might be pissed off, but if the police don't care then there isn't much they can do.
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    whatatwat
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    Your an idiot...
    That is all.
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    LOL! were you trespassing on private propety??
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    Fly-tipping in a lake.
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    (Original post by mikey08)
    We were all heavily intoxicated at the time, I was all for running till I saw the bear/dog in the back off the van.

    The police knocked at my mates halls today but he wasn't in, they did say they'd be back after the easter holiday which is over 2 weeks so I'm thinking its not serious?
    Bear?!
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    Did you give them your real details?
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    If you haven't been in trouble before, probably a warning.
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    It's not like you have archieved something rather major really is it?
    Seriously, for yourself you need to get out more rather than throwing bikes in a lake it's like you're a equivalent of a complete utter dip stick. That's it.
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    Well ladiessssssss,

    I got away with a warning! Thank's for all your concerns! haha

    P.S keep your bikes locked up
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    Probably drunk and disorderly, but most likely nothing.
    Don't be a knob next time
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    Far too many people who do dumb **** like this in the world.
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    What a prick.
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    Karma can be *****y. Nuff said
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    if it was a couple of weeks ago, probably nothing now, they've probably forgotten
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    Overreaction much? He threw a bike in to a puddle. So what? It will teach the owner to lock the bike to something that doesn't move. I'm glad nobody gave a ****, since then everyone can spend their time on more important things.
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    seems like every one on tsr has never been drunk then? this stuff seems like a good idea when drunk.
    its not like the bike was trashed, he could have thrown it off a bridge (like me and my mates did once lol), if you dont want your bike stolen lock it up, dont just lock the wheel, if i wanted to knick it then id just carry it, you all need to stop being such browns.
 
 
 
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