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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
http://www.funny.com/_fc/wm640/0/3/fn.CI6UT.jpg
#2
lol ... very good :)
#3
An oldie but a goodie
#4
lol good thinking
#5
Love it x
#6
if u ring up the police and just say "gun" they send an armed response to ur house :thumbsup:
#7
Might try that one myself, just to see if it works. Love a man in uniform:whistling:
#8
The real scary thing is it is actually from a real story.
#9
jocksteeluk
The real scary thing is it is actually from a real story.


If that's true then thats one clever guy. Props to him!
#10
Reminds me of the time I phone the council about graffiti painted across the road outside our house (great big 3ft lettering in white paint). They said that there was no one to deal with it at the moment. When I phoned to say that it was a racist comment, they were there almost before I put the phone down!
#11
Just so you dont get done for wasting police time you should actually shoot them ....




(with a camera of course - no flash as it will alert them
#12
Excellent!!!! If they investing more money of policeman, then more people would be caught red handed and the crime rate would surely reduce?!
#13
We should be allowed to shoot thieves
#14
toconn
We should be allowed to shoot thieves


Should thieves be allowed to shoot the people they steal from?


:roll:
#15
King of Thieves
If that's true then thats one clever guy. Props to him!


Not clever if those Police were actually needed at the time for something more serious than a shed being robbed :whistling:
#16
Weve had a spate of shed burglarys round here, people report it to the police and what do they get "its not classed as a priority sir, we dont come round to investigate anymore, heres your crime number for the insurance, goodbye sir" I mean wtf?
One guy had over 11 grands worth of motocross gear and bikes nicked as he is into it bigtime but thats not a priority because it was storage on residential land, if it was the same stuff on commercial property they would have looked into it, How can that be right? Surely its more worrying for victims to have it stolen from their own premises?
#17
airey
Not clever if those Police were actually needed at the time for something more serious than a shed being robbed :whistling:


What like hiding somewhere with a speed gun?
1 Like #18
airey;2344909
Not clever if those Police were actually needed at the time for something more serious than a shed being robbed :whistling:

It may sound petty being a shed, but when you value whats in your shed its surprising how much it can cost to replace it. Talking of which I need to do an inventory of mine again.


Not only that thieves often break into sheds to get tools to rob houses, things like pry bars, ladders, screw drivers and hand drills are often found in sheds so rather than run the risk of being caught carryting the tools they borrow them from a nearby shed.
#19
pinkkitty2007
Might try that one myself, just to see if it works. Love a man in uniform:whistling:

dont bother with the police phone the fireservice instead
banned#20
Absolute corker if its true!

And of course he had meant he'd "shot them" with his camera!!
#21
guv;2344990
Absolute corker if its true!

And of course he had meant he'd "shot them" with his camera!!

See post 12, same advice for anyone trying this!
banned#22
harlzter;2345000
See post 12, same advice for anyone trying this!


He he. I hadn't read the thread - just the post! Honest!:p
#23
harlzter
It may sound petty being a shed, but when you value whats in your shed its surprising how much it can cost to replace it. Talking of which I need to do an inventory of mine again.


Not only that thieves often break into sheds to get tools to rob houses, things like pry bars, ladders, screw drivers and hand drills are often found in sheds so rather than run the risk of being caught carryting the tools they borrow them from a nearby shed.


Yeah totally agree. Was just saying that say somebody had been stabbed somewhere and then you ring up saying you have shot two people and they see your case as higher priority and then they dont catch the person who had just stabbed someone it wouldnt be too clever. Might sound stupid but could happen i suppose :p
#24
harlzter
It may sound petty being a shed, but when you value whats in your shed its surprising how much it can cost to replace it. Talking of which I need to do an inventory of mine again.


Not only that thieves often break into sheds to get tools to rob houses, things like pry bars, ladders, screw drivers and hand drills are often found in sheds so rather than run the risk of being caught carryting the tools they borrow them from a nearby shed.

an inventory of your shed? you are one sad man
banned#25
ding;2345101
an inventory of your shed? you are one sad man


I can't even get in my shed half the time!!!! Though the biggest is 12'x10' - it does contain some valuable gear. Better idea would be to photograph them. Most insurers expect you to keep receipts to prove you own items. At least this way they cant pin you for a bogus claim. (Which they like to do with an alarming frequency!)
#26
Well when I was burgled by smack heads who were illegally occupying the flat below and waited till I left mine to steal everything the policemen didnt come round to 3 hours later and knew who it was who did it(as did I) I said I saw my belongings in their flat(as they left foor open and they even laughed at me(the smackheads) I said I was thinking of going tdown and taking it back to be told by the police if I did that id be arrested! WHAT how can I be arrested for taking back my own possessions from people who are living in a flat they broke into and arent paying for. A few weeks later I saw the same policemen arrest a teenager from Tesco for stealing a single can of lager! and the Tesco supervisor said the kid shoukl be send down etc. Great world we live in
#27
ding;2345101
an inventory of your shed? you are one sad man

If it comes to an insurance claim it would be hard to remember off the top of my head just what is in there mate, many things would be forgottenn quite easily as there is power tools, garden equipment, not to mention kids bikes, stuff that is forgotten until you come to use it.
The main shed is 10ft x12ft packed to the roof on all walls with storage, theres also one about 6ft x 4ft. and the coalhouse (a row of three brick built outbuildings origianlly shed/outside loo/coalhouse. Last time the contents where listed it came to about £6k to replace all the contents should the worse happen. Sad? not really, could you afford to replace all that out of your pocket as you forgot stuff on the claim? A morning spent listing and photographing the contents, re-organising and cleaning it out twice a year is time well spent in my book!

Do you not have a list of house contents stored for insurance purposes? Just try looking round just one room and adding the new replacement values, include all carpets, furniture, any ornaments, dvd's, computers, cd's electricals etc, you may be shocked mate unless you mlive in a bedsit of course! Whys should sheds be any different? If you dont have any receipts then the insurance will want to see some sort of proof hence the photographs. In the house the same goes so a quick nip round with a camera is ideal support, lists and photo's can be stored online for safety should say a fire occur as any hard copies may be lost.
#28
guv;2345237
I can't even get in my shed half the time!!!! Though the biggest is 12'x10' - it does contain some valuable gear. Better idea would be to photograph them. Most insurers expect you to keep receipts to prove you own items. At least this way they cant pin you for a bogus claim. (Which they like to do with an alarming frequency!)
My main shed is the same all the walls packed and storage in the middle with just enough space to move around and get to what i need!
Just noticed your shed sixe is the same as mine? You arent living in my house are you? Lol

The sad ones are bthe ones who dont keep lists and support of what they own and may need to claim for!
banned#29
harlzter
My main shed is the same all the walls packed and storage in the middle with just enough space to move around and get to what i need!
Just noticed your shed sixe is the same as mine? You arent living in my house are you? Lol

The sad ones are bthe ones who dont keep lists and support of what they own and may need to claim for!


Unfortunately Sir, while you were taking an inventory of the contents of your shed, your house was burgled.
banned#30
harlzter;2345535
If it comes to an insurance claim it would be hard to remember off the top of my head just what is in there mate, many things would be forgottenn quite easily as there is power tools, garden equipment, not to mention kids bikes, stuff that is forgotten until you come to use it.
The main shed is 10ft x12ft packed to the roof on all walls with storage, theres also one about 6ft x 4ft. and the coalhouse (a row of three brick built outbuildings origianlly shed/outside loo/coalhouse. Last time the contents where listed it came to about £6k to replace all the contents should the worse happen. Sad? not really, could you afford to replace all that out of your pocket as you forgot stuff on the claim? A morning spent listing and photographing the contents, re-organising and cleaning it out twice a year is time well spent in my book!

Do you not have a list of house contents stored for insurance purposes? Just try looking round just one room and adding the new replacement values, include all carpets, furniture, any ornaments, dvd's, computers, cd's electricals etc, you may be shocked mate unless you mlive in a bedsit of course! Whys should sheds be any different? If you dont have any receipts then the insurance will want to see some sort of proof hence the photographs. In the house the same goes so a quick nip round with a camera is ideal support, lists and photo's can be stored online for safety should say a fire occur as any hard copies may be lost.

You had best check your insurance as most policies only have a small limit on outbuildings' contents (circa £250).
banned#31
harlzter;2345564
My main shed is the same all the walls packed and storage in the middle with just enough space to move around and get to what i need!
Just noticed your shed sixe is the same as mine? You arent living in my house are you? Lol


Nope - but I could live in the shed! Its even double glazed!!!:p (The joys of self build!!!)
#32
ding
an inventory of your shed? you are one sad man


Never spoken to harlzter but read his posts. Would have to say that out of the peoples posts i've read he's one of the most on point guys in the forum. And far from sad. :thumbsup:
banned#33
King of Thieves;2345998
Never spoken to harlzter but read his posts. Would have to say that out of the peoples posts i've read he's one of the most on point guys in the forum. And far from sad. :thumbsup:

ding probably just has a small one :?
#34
csiman
ding probably just has a small one :?


Small what? :thinking:
banned#35
King of Thieves;2346794
Small what? :thinking:


Is it a competition? :p
#36
csiman;2345928
You had best check your insurance as most policies only have a small limit on outbuildings' contents (circa £250).

Fully covered due to the fact they are brick built with solid doors oh and an extra £18 a year insurance.

King of Thieves;2345998
Never spoken to harlzter but read his posts. Would have to say that out of the peoples posts i've read he's one of the most on point guys in the forum. And far from sad. :thumbsup:

Cheers mate!
#37
King of Thieves
Never spoken to harlzter but read his posts. Would have to say that out of the peoples posts i've read he's one of the most on point guys in the forum. And far from sad. :thumbsup:
are you giving him one :whistling:
#38
ding
are you giving him one :whistling:


One what? :?
#39
guv
Is it a competition? :p


If it is then I win. Mines the smallest :-D
#40
haha!

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