Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Nighthawk, Monday 17th Aug, 2015.
He needs his hands cutting off!!!
The Eurospec GTR owned by Mark Flook was recently parked in an NCP car park I believe in London and when he returned to it he found foot print dents in the bonnet and roof and on the boot. Someone had ran over the car...Jealousy.
Did they apprehend him @Nighthawk ?
I really hope so. He should have to pay for the damage, loss of use of the AM etc. etc.
Then you can cut his hands off @MickyB.
Newspaper article says they are still looking for him. Lets hope they find him
How depressing is that?
I feel sorry for the child who will be 'raised' by somebody with that sort of attitude, and probably be told that it is 'right' or 'normal' - rather than,
"...look at how beautiful that car is. If you work hard at school one day you may do well enough to buy something like that."
I give up.
BMW recognise their brand is often targeted by such low-lifes and as a result, offer an interesting solution:
BMW Cosmetic Repair Insurance
I might look into whether something similar is available for the new Honda.
Here's some closer mug shots of him
Having just looked it up online, the "EA7" tracksuit he is wearing is Armani and well over £100. That buggy doesn't look like a cheap one either...
Caused 9k worth of damage to the car - V8 Vantage worth 100k
Man filmed 'keying £100k Aston Martin' in Hackney - BBC News
very true indeed, maybe he and the owner are not completely un-related
It might not be jealousy, could be related to something else.
Either we live in a resentful society, or the guy had some grievance with the owner of the vehicle. Sad person, it's a shame that he felt the need to to do this - poor discipline with his emotions or just plain horrible personality.
He looks like a slimmed down Ainsley Harriot
This is so sad.
Lucky that the aston owner had the camera in the car though.
Would love to see the persons face when he saw this video pop up online. He is never going to be able to go out of the house
Not in those clothes anyway
he he quick reply, speedy, quick
apparently the culprit has been arrested
no direct link, you have to scroll down to 16:00 in the London updates below
BBC London Live: Updates from London on Tuesday 18 August 2015 - BBC News
Maybe he was parked in a parent and child bay.
It winds me up, but I wouldn't go and key someones Aston.
Oh well, at least he got charged, now for the court process. The damage is valued at more than 5k so it takes the offence to a higher level with higher penalities. Lets see what the courts decide
Man charged after Aston Martin 'keyed' in Hackney car park - BBC News
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