Car at­tacked again

Dubbo Photo News - - Emergency report -

FOR the sec­ond time in a fort­night I’ve had rocks thrown at my poor old ute.

The last time the pieces of hu­man flot­sam and jet­sam that per­pe­trated the out­rage, the front door win­dow was smashed.

It wasn’t worth go­ing through in­surance so be pleased to know you losers cost me about $400 in di­rect costs and the pain of hav­ing to wait for my car to be checked by foren­sic po­lice, leav­ing it out of ac­tion for a few days, and then a cou­ple of days to source the glass for an older ve­hi­cle and ac­tu­ally get it fit­ted.

This time around a blue-metal rock, look­ing sus­pi­ciously like rail­way bal­last, hit just be­low and to the side of the same win­dow. So, my pris­tine paint job, nur­tured for so long by the 80-yearold bloke I got my late ‘90s dual cab ute off, now looks like some­thing from the wreck­ers.

Thanks for noth­ing and I hope Karma comes to bite you swine big time.

They’ve been plenty of th­ese car at­tacks in re­cent months, so if you have in­for­ma­tion, or CCTV vi­sion of the po­ten­tial perps, please con­tact po­lice.

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