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Scrotes Breaking Into Cars - AGAIN!!!!

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I have just got back in from talking to the police, after my car was broken into. Great! The thing that is really getting to me is that they think they are sooooo clever! They manage to do the lock o… Read More
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
I have just got back in from talking to the police, after my car was broken into. Great! The thing that is really getting to me is that they think they are sooooo clever! They manage to do the lock on my car, great, full marks for trying. They get in, they sit in MY drivers seat, and the first thing they think is STEREO. Im sorry, when did these things STOP being profitable???? Oh yeh, 10 years ago!!!! The child car seat in the back would have had a MUCH better profit margin ( mamas & papas!) But no, they are soooooo dumb, they continue to go for the stereo! Am I missing my vocation? Nah, I wouldnt steal, but the toe-rags that do really need to buy a brain with their ill gotten gains!!!!
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#1
I have a cover over mine - so when the cover is over it looks like it is not there.

Go to a scrap yard and tell them what you intend to do - they found it funny and never charged me.

Find a car with the radio removed, and the bunches of wires hanging out and cut them where they go into the hole. Cut a bit of card the size of the front of the radio - and use black card or spray it mat black, then shove the wires into it so they look like they are hanging out.

Make a surround that fits round your radio and use card that is about an inch wide and spray it silver, or bend a housing from a real one to shape and leave the gap at the bottom - if it wont stay on - use two short bits of black coated wire to push into the holes at each side of the radio to secure it (the holes used to remove the radio with radio keys).

At night it looks like the radio has been removed already and the housing has slid out slightly with it. They see this every time - so its a common site to them and your car is a waste of time to them.
#2
ibiza;1725997
I have a cover over mine - so when the cover is over it looks like it is not there.

Go to a scrap yard and tell them what you intend to do - they found it funny and never charged me.

Find a car with the radio removed, and the bunches of wires hanging out and cut them where they go into the hole. Cut a bit of card the size of the front of the radio - and use black card or spray it mat black, then shove the wires into it so they look like they are hanging out.

Make a surround that fits round your radio and use card that is about an inch wide and spray it silver, or bend a housing from a real one to shape and leave the gap at the bottom - if it wont stay on - use two short bits of black coated wire to push into the holes at each side of the radio to secure it (the holes used to remove the radio with radio keys).

At night it looks like the radio has been removed already and the housing has slid out slightly with it. They see this every time - so its a common site to them and your car is a waste of time to them.

I'm really liking your idea, that is pure genius!!
Any photo's???
#3
I have gotta say, that seems like a lotta work to make your car seem un-desirable! I thought that leaving the baby puke in the back, and only bothering to clean it out once a year, ( wether it needs it or not!!!!) was incentive enough to leave it alone!!!!! (i have family members that i would have to pay to enter my car!!!!) Oh well, high crime rate area, never mind life is such!!
#4
You have my sympathy. It's a very unpleasent experience. I hope they find the blighters
#5
i had someone have a go at my car a few months back didnt manage to get in but bent the door back, took me ages to realise what had happened lol
#6
bellabonkers
You have my sympathy. It's a very unpleasent experience. I hope they find the blighters


Thank you, I have to say that it could have been worse, the OH, and my dad take these things MUCH more personally then i do. I leave my car a tip, and frankly they could take lots that it would take me months to notice, i guess it is a defence mechanism on my part!!!!. Oh hum!! (at least i have all my windows!!)
#7
But no, they are soooooo dumb, they continue to go for the stereo!


I know what you mean we were burgled whist in the house one night they walked right passed our phones,wallets and my engagement ring and took 5 dvd's one of them was the 2nd lord of the rings boxset clearly they already had 1 & 3 It's like they were choosing a rental from blockbuster!:w00t:
#8
dmissy13
I know what you mean we were burgled whist in the house one night they walked right passed our phones,wallets and my engagement ring and took 5 dvd's one of them was the 2nd lord of the rings boxset clearly they already had 1 & 3 It's like they were choosing a rental from blockbuster!:w00t:


:w00t: GREAT!!!! I think that it means a lot to know that the scum that behaves like this dont get it all there own way!!!
#9
bellabonkers
I hope they find the blighters


There's no need for such strong language! :shock:
#10
they found the car keys and took the car but just drove around the block so police caught them heading back to our house it turned out they lived next door! not very clever
#11
owlass
There's no need for such strong language! :shock:


Im sorry , i just have visions of bounders and cads in my head now!!! (dont even know what they are!!!!)
#12
dmissy13
they found the car keys and took the car but just drove around the block so police caught them heading back to our house it turned out they lived next door! not very clever


Worse still! Wouldnt you think that if you decided to be a criminal, you would at least endever to be a good one????? The mind boggles!!!!!
#13
I caught a little turd trying to break into my 'Bedford of Love' one night ( see photo!)

Now. I'm not condoning taking the law into your own hands, but I broke his nose & dragged him all over my garden.

I believe he's now stopped watching Jeremy Kyle & got himself a job.
#14
owlass
There's no need for such strong language! :shock:


blight·er /ˈblaɪtər/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[blahy-ter] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
–noun British Slang. 1. a contemptible, worthless person, esp. a man; scoundrel or rascal.
2. a chap; bloke.


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[Origin: 1815–25; blight + -er1]
Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.1)
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2006.
American Heritage Dictionary - Cite This Source - Share This blight·er (blī'tər) Pronunciation Key
n. Chiefly British Slang
A fellow, especially one held in low esteem.


Googled for a deffinition!!...hardly THAT strong...there might be minors reading this after all.
banned#15
karaokecolin
I caught a little turd trying to break into my 'Bedford of Love' one night ( see photo!)

Now. I'm not condoning taking the law into your own hands, but I broke his nose & dragged him all over my garden.

I believe he's now stopped watching Jeremy Kyle & got himself a job.


Was it in a child sized play truck?
#16
:giggle:
I believe he's now stopped watching Jeremy Kyle & got himself a job.
#17
karaokecolin
I caught a little turd trying to break into my 'Bedford of Love' one night ( see photo!)

Now. I'm not condoning taking the law into your own hands, but I broke his nose & dragged him all over my garden.

I believe he's now stopped watching Jeremy Kyle & got himself a job.


I love this idea, but it just isnt practical. The law abiding of us will always come out on the bottom!! !Wish it to happen, but for gods sake dont do it your self!!! (on the other hand, i have a rotty - alsation cross that would love to GET any1 who wants to argue!!!!) One day i will catch the b****ards myself!!! With my dog!!
banned#18
dmh77
I love this idea, but it just isnt practical. The law abiding of us will always come out on the bottom!! !Wish it to happen, but for gods sake dont do it your self!!! (on the other hand, i have a rotty - alsation cross that would love to GET any1 who wants to argue!!!!) One day i will catch the b****ards myself!!! With my dog!!


By the way, it is a myth that you can't defend yourself. You can use "reasonable" force, as long as you call an ambulance when they are on the ground.
#19
JDeal
By the way, it is a myth that you can't defend yourself. You can use "reasonable" force, as long as you call an ambulance when they are on the ground.



Nice, I like that thought!!!! so if i set my incredibally big dog on the ****** and then call him off, Im ok???????
banned 1 Like #20
I doubt your dog is that big.

Still, as long as you don't mind the risk of having your dog destroyed.
1 Like #21
JDeal
I doubt your dog is that big.

Still, as long as you don't mind the risk of having your dog destroyed.


nah, i wouldnt for exactly that reason.
#22
Well I think unfortunately we have all been victims of car crime at one stage or another.

About 5 years ago my stereo got stolen, locks on the car broken.

Later on that day went to drive my car, only to hear a crushing sound at the rear of my car. I went aroung the back to investigate, and guess what I found. My stereo., under my car tyre, I had driven over my own stereo.

The b******S having removed the stereo realised it was not worth taking so left it infront of my tyre so that I would drive over it.

The IQ of these people must be lower than their shoe size.
#23
Some years ago the criminal masterminds round here decided to break into our worthless Nissan causing £'s of damage.

They left behind a £10 note in a compartment under the ashtray, the radio cassette player and a load of tapes.

What did they steal ? A cheap plastic football and a packet of B&H with about 3 fags left in.

The most difficult thing afterwards was trying to make a 6 year old boy understand why someone would want to break into our car and steal his football ! He took it very personally !!

Scum is too good a word really.
#24
ibiza
I have a cover over mine - so when the cover is over it looks like it is not there.

Go to a scrap yard and tell them what you intend to do - they found it funny and never charged me.

Find a car with the radio removed, and the bunches of wires hanging out and cut them where they go into the hole. Cut a bit of card the size of the front of the radio - and use black card or spray it mat black, then shove the wires into it so they look like they are hanging out.

Make a surround that fits round your radio and use card that is about an inch wide and spray it silver, or bend a housing from a real one to shape and leave the gap at the bottom - if it wont stay on - use two short bits of black coated wire to push into the holes at each side of the radio to secure it (the holes used to remove the radio with radio keys).

At night it looks like the radio has been removed already and the housing has slid out slightly with it. They see this every time - so its a common site to them and your car is a waste of time to them.


I just take the front off mine :giggle:
#25
man the police must be hard up in your area to do this to you, did you actually see the copper doing this to your car? i should report him at least!
#26
JDeal
I doubt your dog is that big.

Still, as long as you don't mind the risk of having your dog destroyed.


I'm sure the dog could scare them away enough never to come back WITHOUT even attacking them. :-D


Some of these idiots really do take the mick. One smashed the window on my parent's car whilst my brother was borrowing it. They didn't take the mobile phone, money or handbag which were on view but took the tax disc. I doubt it was much use to anyone, as it was a free disabled tax disc anyway...

I wish they knew how much trouble they caused. The car needed a new window which thye managed to get from a scrap yard. And then the car got a puncture from something whilst at the scrap yard so it needed a new tyre too.

Pain in the rear end. :x
#27
It's wing mirrors in my area. I have had to replace four wing mirrors since January. Just two idiots (not exactly children, except mentally) are responsible for this. I have to park the car elsewhere until this dies down again (this time last year it was several wing mirrors and a windscreen). Ah poor kids, they have nothing to do!
#28
duckmagicuk2
I'm sure the dog could scare them away enough never to come back WITHOUT even attacking them. :-D


Some of these idiots really do take the mick. One smashed the window on my parent's car whilst my brother was borrowing it. They didn't take the mobile phone, money or handbag which were on view but took the tax disc. I doubt it was much use to anyone, as it was a free disabled tax disc anyway...

I wish they knew how much trouble they caused. The car needed a new window which thye managed to get from a scrap yard. And then the car got a puncture from something whilst at the scrap yard so it needed a new tyre too.

Pain in the rear end. :x


Vile animals !
If anyone's finding that hard to believe we have friends with a disbaled van, clearly marked so that even a complete and utter numbskull would know it's for a disabled person.
This has been vandalised on quite a few occasions with coins or keys down the side.

I think I like the idea of hands being amputated for this type of offence.
#29
Heh, I forgot to mention the £8 to get a replacement tax disc - probably more than they got for selling it to their mate Gaz down a back alley or whatever they did with it. :giggle:
#30
Some one I know had their windscreen smashed for the packet of cigarettes that was left in view, the packet was empty so he had to spend £60 replacing the windscreen for absolutely no reason. Its a bit sad that we have to class cigarettes as valuables now!!!
#31
cinoci
Some one I know had their windscreen smashed for the packet of cigarettes that was left in view, the packet was empty so he had to spend £60 replacing the windscreen for absolutely no reason. Its a bit sad that we have to class cigarettes as valuables now!!!


Well it's the government that has created that particular problem.
#32
Shengis
Well it's the government that has created that particular problem.


Yeah I suppose so..
#33
i had an ever better experience lol some little **** tried to rob my motorbike......form the looks of it they tried to get into the ignition with a screwdriver or a knife or something that blatantly didnt fit so they went about mangling the lock instead jamming something in it costing me time off work if i find whoever did it ill break there face! i think its about time law was taken into your own hands otherwise this will never stop. think some countries have it right chop off fingers if people are caught stealing!
#34
My mate lives in Joburg, South Africa, a couple of years ago he was coming out of cinema with the missus, and saw a guy stealing his head unit, My mate proceeded to pull out his handgun, and shot him twice.
Police came, checked his gun licence, apologised to my mate for "the inconvenience", and promised to clean up the mess. Now theres a system.
I also have a good story about when a teenager decided to help himself to the contents of a transit van, that just happened to be owned by the leader of a local outlaw biker gang.:whistling:
#35
JDeal
I doubt your dog is that big.

Still, as long as you don't mind the risk of having your dog destroyed.


Dunno- one of my mate's Rottweilers is thirteen stone! That's more than me, even after a few pints and a kebab on a Friday. NB he runs a security firm, hence the dogs are professionally trained and so is he. :thumbsup:
#36
hottoshop
The most difficult thing afterwards was trying to make a 6 year old boy understand why someone would want to break into our car and steal his football ! He took it very personally !!

Scum is too good a word really.


The above sums it all up really :x
#37
Scum isnt strong enough a word for them,hubby went to take kids to school last mon and 2 tyres had been stabbed,he thought he would just borrow our neighbours car and he had the same,have heard of another 3 cars done at same time,WHY? what do they get out of it B******S
#38
When I was younger someone broke into my mum's back garden and stole mine and my sisters bikes. We found my sisters on a nearby garden but they never found mine. Guess they didn't like purple.
The funny thing is that my back wheel was bent which made it nearly impossible to pedal. Got £50 back of the insurance so got a new bike:p
#39
harlzter
I'm really liking your idea, that is pure genius!!
Any photo's???


Sorry - no camera other than my phone which now wont send.

I would have been able to post some if Freemans managed to fulfill orders. :(

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