- Jan 29, 2011
- Reaction score
- The shed
- Members Ride
- 94' VR Caprice - 12' VE Thunder - 12' Kia Sorento
Yep, we had a major incident here a few months back where a "car meet" became a full on burnout contest and left inches thick worth of rubber all over the carpark of a Bunnings complex. Which then led to a 6 week SAPOL crack down on anything and everything modified in the area whether you were guilty or not.I heard a guy on the radio saying how it costs thousands of dollars to clean off the burnt rubber left on the roads by hoons, not tomention the idiots who decide to churn up a footy oval, cricket pitch or whatever costing ten of thousands in repairs, along with the inconvenience of teams not being able to use their ground until the damage is fixed.
[email protected]#k em I say. Crush their cars and make them watch, and then make the [email protected]#kwits fix the damage.
It's just disrespectful, imagine you coming home to find black lines out the front of your house that you have to look at every day.
Or owning a business where your carpark is now an embarrasment for your customers because it's been absolutely thrashed.
Hoons always claim it's a victimless crime, but somebody always pays. Those industrial estates are all somebodies businesses etc your tearing up.
We've got one of Centrelinks finest across the road who owns a heap of old shitboxes that he's just hacked the exhaust off and uses as skid cars. I've made it absolutely clear to him, if theres EVER black marks outside our house even just some small black lines reversing with his welded diffs the CCTV footage is going straight to the police. I don't want my property devalued by a numpty wanting to have some fun on a public road nor do I want my house to smell like tyre smoke.