Discussion in 'Serious' started by Neoki, 29 Jul 2008.
'Friend' steals Xbox 360s
Phone goes missing
they were invented for a reason
there's a 'games' missing from there.
you ****ing ******! go take a walk off a ****ing short pier, you ****! i **** on your grave!
.....ooooooh, flamethrowers. my bad
Come over to America for a little while, we love that kind of crap
I dunno what it is about Lincoln. I never noticed anything like it when I was living down south. People stealing stuff and selling it or just people selling stuff they don't want. It is all over the place here. Maybe I am now living in the capital of 'ebay' culture.
The only time I've ever had something stolen (from my house) was when I was in Lincoln. My housemates friend.
I was caught, arrested, he confessed, was fined and ordered to pay me £xxx. He paid sweet FA.
The police recovered some stuff and they called me to come and collect it after the trial. So I went, but they denied calling me and said they didn't know anything about my stuff... when pressed, the admitted that they did have my stuff but it was 'missing'.
I'm afraid, Lincoln is pikey-central - even the plods are at it.
Luckily, I escaped to Staffordshire. Woo-yay!
But then came back. Boo-hiss!
I would notify the police, so that it doesn't later come around and try to somehow make you accomplice to his thieving and thus make you part of it. If he's capable of stealing, he's capable of saying you were part of it as well
I think anyone who steals stuff from a "friend" while there backs turned just needs the crap kicked outta them, I remember this one guy I used to hang out with and he stole a ton of stuff off me but it was little things that I hadn't noticed until there was a lot of missing things, confrontation of the little **** nearly got my windows put in. Turns out that threatening to get a bunch of psycho nutjobs to hospitalize him really makes people a lot less aggressive but anyway I feel for you're situation and I hope you can get it resolved
Would but my phone was stolen
right some of your ideas are funny but i cant do them
Story is its his house i lived there for a while and brought my stuff i left some of it there over the xmas period as i cudnt decide if i was gunna move in for good.
Then I went back to get my stuff and they were gone but yeh.
We have come to an agreement aparently
He will claim on his house insurance for them and I will get the full amount back.
Well the reason hes claiming on it is because hes adament that he has not stole them, The games were bought by my parents for me, they aint happy that they are gone and spoke to him on the phone (I have moved back in with parents) and he was like tell me a solution and i was like you get my games back.
It is fraud on his behalf if he has sold them or still got them but as i see it £540 (at least) has gone missing.
If you know about the fraud then that would be aiding and abetting a crime.
We'll all know it sounds a bit shady, but this BS ^ is a bit too much.
If his mate denies stealing the stuff, then it must have been stolen by somebody else - thus claim on insurance.
The OP might smell a rat the size of a fecking horse, but he's not breaking any laws. Aiding and abetting an insurance fraud? If this were the case, one in three students would be banged up.
yeah lincoln is pretty bad, but i feel comparatively safe there when i visit friends.
Seriously I am not aiding any thing here, He wants to claim but it is still reported as stolen goods whether its him or some one else.
But i have my own views on who it was which will be mentioned to the police
Take it to the police.
This man has seriously broken the law, and needs to be held accountable.
QFT. This little **** has taken your stuff, so he needs to be kicked in the balls for it. Get some new friends. Not a true friends if he goes round stealing your stuff.
Just as a sidenote... Here in brazil we pay the equivalent to £744,01 for ONE MS Xbox 360 kit....
This kit comes with:
Console Xbox 360 Microsoft + Game Project Gotham Racing 4 + Game Perfect Dark Zero + Game Kameo: Elements Of Power + Game Kingdom Under Fire + Face Plate Hot Rod
And u pay 540 for 13...
13 games. no xbox. he missed that out!
Lol. I do notice something of that nature. People will sell anything from used clothes, to 40 year old flat pack furniture in local bulletins. Anywhere else, and people just throw them away... or give them to tramps...
As for your situation Neoki, I'd say do whatever will get you some compensation. If the dude can't/won't give the stuff back, and you have no way of claiming it off him, then go for the insurance.
And just out of interest, which area of Lincoln is this?
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