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White Commodore drivers get punchy and fire bomby when their free Subway is taken

By 13 December 2013 11

ACT Policing has arrested a 41-year-old Narrabundah woman and 41-year-old Narrabundah man following an alleged assault and disturbance in Manuka last night (Thursday, 12 December).

Around 7.45pm, three people entered the Subway store where they ordered food. The debit card used to pay for the food was declined and the trio then left the store without paying for the food items.

The manager of the Subway store then followed the trio from the store and took two paper bags containing the food items from a female. He was then punched twice by one of the two males.

The trio was seen leaving the area in a white Holden Commodore.

Around 9pm the female member of the trio returned to the Subway store where she was observed lighting a piece of paper from a protruding bottle, which was then thrown at the store.

The bottle exploded, however did not ignite the rest of the substance within the bottle. No one was injured.

A short time later police arrested a 41-year-old Narrabundah woman who was charged with Acts Endangering Life and a 41-year-old Narrabundah man who was charged with Common Assault.

Both were transported to the ACT Watch House and will face the ACT Magistrates Court today.

Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the assault and disturbance on Flinders Way, Manuka or can assist with the investigation to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information can be provided anonymously.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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11 Responses to White Commodore drivers get punchy and fire bomby when their free Subway is taken
#1
Martlark10:59 am, 13 Dec 13

I wonder how much thought goes through these peoples heads before they decide, “yeah; that’s what I’ll do”.

#2
460cixy11:34 am, 13 Dec 13

Again good work mister plod.

#3
Mr Evil12:04 pm, 13 Dec 13

“A short time later police arrested a 41-year-old Narrabundah woman who was charged with Acts Endangering Life and a 41-year-old Narrabundah man who was charged with Common Assault.”

Hmmm, I wonder if they were already well known to the ACT Police????

Sounds like the Spirit of St Mully is alive and well in Canberra.

#4
Watson12:07 pm, 13 Dec 13

Mr Evil said :

“A short time later police arrested a 41-year-old Narrabundah woman who was charged with Acts Endangering Life and a 41-year-old Narrabundah man who was charged with Common Assault.”

Hmmm, I wonder if they were already well known to the ACT Police????

Sounds like the Spirit of St Mully is alive and well in Canberra.

At 41 I’m sure they’ve had plenty of opportunities to get acquainted with the local authorities. You don’t become such a rebel without a cause overnight.

But now I must go and get myself some Subway for lunch… I can even pay for it.

#5
Holden Caulfield12:09 pm, 13 Dec 13

Martlark said :

I wonder how much thought goes through these peoples heads before they decide, “yeah; that’s what I’ll do”.

What’s thought?

#6
dph12:21 pm, 13 Dec 13

Martlark said :

I wonder how much thought goes through these peoples heads before they decide, “yeah; that’s what I’ll do”.

That’s the first thing that comes to mind whenever I read these types of stories.

I’d say a lot of them are mentally ill or under the influence…

#7
poetix2:39 pm, 13 Dec 13

More detail, please! I want to know what sort of bottle it was.

#8
thatsnotme3:34 pm, 13 Dec 13

dph said :

I’d say a lot of them are mentally ill or under the influence…

…of a White Commodore?

What’s going to happen when eventually, Holden stops manufacturing, and the last of the White Commodores is off the roads? ‘The trio was seen leaving the area in a white Hyundai Elantra’ just doesn’t have the same ring to it.

#9
house_husband9:07 pm, 13 Dec 13

Maybe when asked if they wanted it toasted Mr and Mrs Bogan thought they meant the store?

And again great work by the local wallopers. Plenty of swift justice of late.

#10
Spiral7:12 am, 14 Dec 13

house_husband said :

Maybe when asked if they wanted it toasted Mr and Mrs Bogan thought they meant the store?

And again great work by the local wallopers. Plenty of swift justice of late.

Swift police work.

Justice will be slow and probably unjust

#11
DUG9:41 am, 18 Dec 13

Martlark said :

I wonder how much thought goes through these peoples heads before they decide, “yeah; that’s what I’ll do”.

Ok. This is what I think went through their little minds..

”I tried to pay, that was my one good act for the day”!
“It’s not my fault I have no money, its society”
I need to eat so I will take it! They have insurance anyway and they factor things like this in the price.

And then

“Why is this guy all up in my face? Its not like I took it from him, it won’t affect him!”
“This is a personal attack – him coming at me, im a good person”

I would say they will try the victim card in court. And probably just get a slap on the wrist.

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