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Vandals – Actually worse than that

By superwhy - 31 July 2009 19

I discovered this week my sons childcare centre was broken into last weekend.  

They trashed everything in his room and proceeded to break glass all around the playground.  They broke and spread glass throughout the (covered) sandpit.  This required an amazing amount of gutless forethought – lift the cover, spread the glass, cover it with sand and then re-lay the cover.

Small mercies – they didn’t bother to rip the kids paintings and other work, which makes a childcare centre home, off the wall and they didn’t have time to destroy the kids toys.  And thank goodness the glass in the sandpit was discovered.

But who does that? And why hasn’t it got coverage in the media this week? Shame the f**kers I say or how else do they figure that what they did wasn’t fun, wasn’t funny, wasn’t cool.

It was sick, dangerous and disgusting.

What’s Your opinion?


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19 Responses to
Vandals – Actually worse than that
grunge_hippy 5:32 pm 31 Jul 09

my child goes to the same centre… bastards. its not the first time this year either.

i dont want to mention what suburb, just in case it gives other dickheads out there the same idea and hit it again. but its tuggeranong.

surely these morons cant find something better to do…

Swaggie 3:13 pm 31 Jul 09

Might try your idea with Bonython PS Berra Boy. Several break ins to the library presumably after the plasma TV in there (why does a primary school have a huge Plasma TV in the library anyway?) in the last few weeks.

BerraBoy68 2:53 pm 31 Jul 09

superwhy – which suburb?

My kids school was being vandalised regularly(and I mean between 3-4am every Sat morning) for weeks. I went down there one morning at 3am and just walked around. I heard some loud noises and but when I called out and walked around noone was there (thankfully). It might be a coincidence but there haven’t been any more break-ins (yet).

But yes, vandalism is bad enough byt deliberatly trying to hurt littlies is just pure evil.

Holden Caulfield 2:21 pm 31 Jul 09

That sucks. Thankfully no kiddies were hurt.

zig 1:22 pm 31 Jul 09

Postalgeek said :

Bring back the breaking wheel, I say.

Bloody oath, no mercy blows either before being “woven” through the wheel.

peterh 11:30 am 31 Jul 09

Pommy bastard said :

But what if they came from poor families, and daddy didn’t hug them enough when they were growing up, and they were bullied at school. Surely the best answer is to let them off this crime, give them counseling, and increase their benefits?

are you looking for a job on the judiciary?

Thumper 11:12 am 31 Jul 09

I’m not one for people breaking rocks in chain gangs, but in cases like this and the dog poisoner I wouldn’t bat an eyelid.

Qbn Gal 11:00 am 31 Jul 09

I agree that shaming is warranted in these sorts of crimes, and then a long spell of community service that involves improving the facilities of the places they vandalise.

Pommy bastard 10:48 am 31 Jul 09

But what if they came from poor families, and daddy didn’t hug them enough when they were growing up, and they were bullied at school. Surely the best answer is to let them off this crime, give them counseling, and increase their benefits?

motleychick 10:34 am 31 Jul 09

Horrible. I hope karma comes back and bites these losers in the a**.

Wraith 10:30 am 31 Jul 09

Sick, just sick.

I hope life catches up with these animals.

pptvb 9:43 am 31 Jul 09

Sticking glass into a child’s sandpit and concealing it is appalling.
When my son’s ( Kindy) classroom was broken into 2 years ago, apart from trashing the room, they flung faeces around the room and pulled down artwork to wipe their arses.
Nice.
Schools, unfortunately, need CCTV.

Postalgeek 9:33 am 31 Jul 09

Sticking glass into a child’s sandpit and concealing it goes beyond vandalism.

Bring back the breaking wheel, I say.

SheepGroper 9:32 am 31 Jul 09

It’s like terrorism, especially booby-trapping the sand pit, except they have no cause.

Friska 9:24 am 31 Jul 09

I agree with you superwhy. I remember living in sydney when I was in primary school and every morning we had the council check our sandpits for syringes.

I dont understand why and cant understand their motive.

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