I don’t quite know what to make of today’s article in the CT about the increasing Gungahlin police beat. After initially being horrified at the notion that they had quiet times, I came to the realisation that the article is actually an excuse for the lack of action here in Gungahlin.
Here’s what happens in Gungahlin when kids are board and when the police are twiddling their thumbs on quiet nights.
These are from a segment of the Palmerston floodway/nature reserve, all within an area of about 200 square metres:
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And of course, the creme de la creme.
The justification for all of it…
Cultural enrichment by boring, mindless, stupid tagging!
I can handle, and even appreciate graffiti where it’s artistic.
Apparently this group of kids don’t have a shred of artistic talent between them.
Apparently the police, who have been notified of this, are too busy with traffic stops and petrol thefts.
And apparently you can buy a dozen cans of spray paint and no one at the hardware store cares…