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    Have you ever been the victim of having your car or property vandalised at work ?

    I don't mean someone using crazy glue on your locker handle or freezing your coffee cup - but finding your car covered in paint, tyres slashed or your car just trashed ?

    Years back, I have parked in the heart of Sydney on some night shifts (free parking as I had a city pass) and never had an issue, just once finding a Coke bottle on the roof, yet a smart mouth S/O I worked with came out to find his car trashed with paint stripper after threatening a driver HE would personally have his car towed for parking in our driveway. His big mouth got him into trouble more than a few times and included when an early morning delivery of milk ended up over his car as the summer heat was coming up (all because someone pressed the intercome and he swore at them). Another time a resident complained about his bad language when outside on the street, so when he swore back at them (in uniform) found his car tyres let down. Hence why my $1k car was perfect to drive in and out and keep my other car for personal stuff.
    "Keep your friends close and your enemies even closer" Sun Tzu

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    Originally posted by NRM_Oz View Post
    Have you ever been the victim of having your car or property vandalised at work ?

    I don't mean someone using crazy glue on your locker handle or freezing your coffee cup - but finding your car covered in paint, tyres slashed or your car just trashed ?

    Years back, I have parked in the heart of Sydney on some night shifts (free parking as I had a city pass) and never had an issue, just once finding a Coke bottle on the roof, yet a smart mouth S/O I worked with came out to find his car trashed with paint stripper after threatening a driver HE would personally have his car towed for parking in our driveway. His big mouth got him into trouble more than a few times and included when an early morning delivery of milk ended up over his car as the summer heat was coming up (all because someone pressed the intercome and he swore at them). Another time a resident complained about his bad language when outside on the street, so when he swore back at them (in uniform) found his car tyres let down. Hence why my $1k car was perfect to drive in and out and keep my other car for personal stuff.
    Someone keyed my car new years eve this past year. It was right after I Escorted a subject out of a new years eve party for being disorderly that was being conducted in the clubhouse. I went back in to speak with the host of the party. When I came back out my car had a two foot long scratch down the side on the passenger side door.
    "Get yourself a shovel cause your in deep Sh*t"

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