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Give him a medal
Alex Heney wrote:
On Mon, 14 Aug 2006 23:06:38 +0100, Dave M wrote:
More than 20 motorists in Hampshire have fallen victim to a mystery
vigilante who appears to target drivers spotted using mobile phones.
All the car owners have found their tyres have been slashed and, in many
cases, a note on their windscreens.
The sinister message, made from newspaper cuttings, says the driver was
seen using a phone.
Hampshire Police are investigating the incidents in Gosport,
Lee-on-the-Solent and Stubbington.
Give him a medal?
He should be in prison.
It is criminal damage, even if he did have the "excuse" of having seen
the people using a mobile, which he knew the police would do nothing
But he doesn't. He is clearly targeting people at random, and leaving
the notes on the assumption that most people will have used a mobile
in their car at some time.
One of the people targeted doesn't even *own* a mobile phone.
No mobile !!
Well that sounds pretty antisocial.
Better do the tires anyway.