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Bizarre Ainslie shops crash

b2 3 April 2008 29

I just saw this crash at Ainslie shops. Someone has managed to reverse their car into the beer garden out the front of Edgars. The angle of the car is pretty impressive. Fire brigade arrived and ambulance was on it’s way. I think someone had been knocked off their feet.

Ainslie shops crash

Does anyone know what happened? or if everyones ok?


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bundah 11:34 pm 17 Apr 13

IrishPete said :

I love old threads – is the dog still tied to the table?

And I also love the irony in someone showing compassion for a dog, by expressing their disgust at the person who abandoned it by referring to them as a mongrel. Weird.

IP Aged 46¾

Only 17,075 days old,a mere spring chicken 🙂

IrishPete 10:37 pm 17 Apr 13

I love old threads – is the dog still tied to the table?

And I also love the irony in someone showing compassion for a dog, by expressing their disgust at the person who abandoned it by referring to them as a mongrel. Weird.

IP Aged 46¾

54-11 10:30 pm 17 Apr 13

OLydia said :

no RIOTACTing of the rego plates?

That only happens now in the post-modernism phase of RA.

Masquara 10:27 pm 17 Apr 13

OLydia said :

no RIOTACTing of the rego plates?

riotacting – redacting

very apposite!

gooterz 8:01 pm 17 Apr 13

I thought the bad parking was a Mondays thing?

OLydia 7:48 pm 17 Apr 13

no RIOTACTing of the rego plates?

poetix 5:14 pm 17 Apr 13

DrKoresh said :

It was my mother who got hit by the old biddy when she reversed through the barrier. Only in the past 6 months or so has she finally received compensation. 😐

I didn’t realise the incident had made it onto here, though I suppose wasn’t very aware of RiotAct as a 16 year old.

That must have been really frightening. I hope she has fully recovered as well as getting some compensation.

On a less serious note, can I say that your age, as revealed by the date of this thread and the fact you were 16 at the time, just amazes me. I thought you were a slightly cynical 34 year old, sometimes going on 63 (-:

DrKoresh 4:34 pm 17 Apr 13

It was my mother who got hit by the old biddy when she reversed through the barrier. Only in the past 6 months or so has she finally received compensation. 😐 I didn’t realise the incident had made it onto here, though I suppose wasn’t very aware of RiotAct as a 16 year old.

ant 12:53 pm 10 Apr 08

I went to the RSPCA site, but the dogs bit wasn’t working.
People can be so sickening.

p1 11:17 am 10 Apr 08

Anyone got a photo of the dog?

Davo111 1:16 am 10 Apr 08

whoever abandoned the dog are bloody bastards.
My gf works at a vet, they had to put down 12 little puppies that were abandoned in a backyard and they were unable to find a home for them. They were only a few days old. She was quite upset over the whole situation. Some people are disgraceful

ant 10:04 pm 09 Apr 08

That’s bloody awful, I didn’t know about the dog. People can be such utter scum, can you imagine how the dog was feeling, wondering where its person was? And then having a car smash into it. Rotten.

Timberwolf65 8:57 pm 09 Apr 08

Katie said :

What kind of a mongrel b@stard leaves a dog tied to a table?? He wasn’t in the best shape either with a obviously tender hind leg.
It was all happening at Ainslie yesterday…

whoever abandoned the dog are bloody bastards.

jenny green 6:58 pm 04 Apr 08

I am driving my late Grandmother’s Camry. Granny has been dead for 8 years, but the Camry still kicks arse on the Parkway!

Katie 11:37 am 04 Apr 08

I too was there, had just come out of the IGA to see the fire engine tear around the corner and come to a stop outside Edgars. It was all a bit odd. You could see the tables and chairs in a jumble and a little old lady looking a bit dazed sitting in a chair. They were cordoning off the area with caution tape last I saw and had also blocked entry to the carpark out the front.
The other strange thing that had happened was the ladies in the takeaway were out the front patting a dog tied to one of their tables. Turns out someone had abandoned the dog a few hours before and not come back. They said it had been about 4 hours previously. The had given the dog water and were in the process of cooking it up a burger to eat. The RSPCA was closed by the time they called and had been given the advice to take it to a vet who would keep it over night and organise for the RSPCA to collect it today. What kind of a mongrel b@stard leaves a dog tied to a table?? He wasn’t in the best shape either with a obviously tender hind leg.
It was all happening at Ainslie yesterday…

S4anta 9:00 am 04 Apr 08

Surely there ought be some form offamily regulation requesting that this aged citizen stops driving mobile traffic islands and purchases a more sensible vehicle given their ditage and obvious lack of reactions.

Thumper 8:17 am 04 Apr 08

When you walk into the show room and purchase a brand new Camry that’s a sign
that you have basically given up on life. You have no burning desires or
ambition left.

hahahahaha, gear!

hk0reduck 7:58 am 04 Apr 08

This lookes like one for http://www.ratetheplate.com.au !

shauno 3:23 am 04 Apr 08

“Camry drivers are still the new “bloody-Volvo” drivers.”

When you walk into the show room and purchase a brand new Camry that’s a sign
that you have basically given up on life. You have no burning desires or
ambition left. Even worse is when they peruse the options list and choose
to have special order gold lettering decals. Or is that honda accord haha.

bigred 11:43 pm 03 Apr 08

Bt her grandkids drive WRXs!

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