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Re: Boganvilla has moved into our street

Postby Apple » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:28 am

OM G :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: you people are out of control.
I am taking all well some of this information with me for next time :mrgreen:
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Re: Boganvilla has moved into our street

Postby Oxford » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:17 pm

Actually, one time when I could see a party brewing nearby as in it did not look pre-organised, I went out with the digital camera and photographed all the cars and occupants as they arrived. When they asked why I simply said its easier to fill in a police report with accurate details. Needless to say the brewing party went flat fairly quickly and we were spared any disturbance.

PawPaw, I like the rpdata idea, will keep that one up the sleeve for future reference (I have contacts who can access rpdata).
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Re: Boganvilla has moved into our street

Postby PA » Wed Apr 11, 2012 5:52 pm

PawPaw wrote:- walk into the party with a couple of empty beer cartons. find the beer fridge, fill your cartons, and walk out.

I love it.

A person I know put graphite in the gearbox of the motorbikes owned by some bogans who used to roar down his street. The graphite would allow the bike to be ridden gently but give it some and the clutch would slip.
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Re: Boganvilla has moved into our street

Postby gorilla monsoon » Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:28 pm

Out of curiouslty, how did your friend access the motorcycle gearboxes with any sort of ease?
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Re: Boganvilla has moved into our street

Postby PA » Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:53 pm

They were parked out the front so a small squeeze bottle. I think he only needed 50 to 100 ml in each bike. Most bike have easy to get at gearbox oil filler points.
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Re: Boganvilla has moved into our street

Postby Paul B » Fri Aug 03, 2012 11:31 pm

trailgumby wrote:It would be worth making an intelligence gathering visit to their power box. Next time they have a loud party, remove all the fuses and circuit-breakers.

I have done that on one occasion. I never heard a noise again from that house :D
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