7 January 2008

Belco Maccas closed by AFP

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From the omnibus this morning at 9AM, I noted that the AFP had closed the Belconnen Golden Arches. They had a patrol car parked across the carpark/drive thru entrance/exit.

I am not sure why.

Does this mean all the kids at Lake Ginninderra College will miss lunch ?

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I don’t think they could actually stop you from taking a photo.

according to the weekend ct there was an armed robbery at 6AM.

i cant imagine takings were high at that time of day.

Well with two little kiddies strapped into their seats in the car, drive thru is the easiest way to grab a coffee.

Yes I agree about time they caught that bloody Hamburglar, he’s been on the run for donkey’s years now.

just got home after buying a coffee there at about midday

You went to McDonalds specifically for a coffee? The espresso at McCafe is typically not too bad, but I wouldn’t go there specifically for it.

I drove past there at about 6:30am and there was about 6 or 7 patrol cars and about 15 coppers standing out the front. i was gonna stop and take a few photos for you guys, but they told me I couldn’t.

people who drive thru mcD’s for a coffee get what they deserve.

I am more amazed at the willingness to buy McCoffee.

Funny, I just got home after buying a coffee there at about midday. No sign of anything unusual then.

neanderthalsis12:04 pm 23 Mar 07

It’s all part of the plan to rid the world of the “axis of evil” (McDonalds, KFC, Coca Cola)

Someone must have proved that selling Macca’s burgers to kids is child abuse 🙂

There may have been another armed robbery. Two cops were talking to the staff of CISAC at opening time this morning.

hahah.. funny 😛
maybe a B&E or similar ?
maybe it was ther bowling alley, not the maccas ?

Somebody must have seen the Hamburglar and called 000.

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