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Where are you going with the Kangaroo? Caption contest

By johnboy 14 September 2011 51

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As seen on Canberra Avenue this morning.

We understand it’s Mr Bayliss of Furniture On The Roof and handstands in court fame.

Feel free to send in your caption suggestions.

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ThatUniStudent 11:19 am 16 Sep 11

Ahh Alex Bayliff. The nutter of Narrabundah.
Here’s him destrying the public housing we’re paying for: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/news/local/news/general/pitched-battle-evidence-upsidedown/1823435.aspx

Here’s the crap he puts on the local bus stop, repeatedly: http://www.typeboard.com/2010/09/bus-stop-art-display-at-the-narrabundah-shops-canberra/

Here’s him going to court after throwing rocks at cars: http://acthra.anu.edu.au/cases/case.php?id=148
Where he was considered fit enough to plead in his court case.

Fun and games in the high court: http://barristersbakery.blogspot.com/2010/08/apartment-floods-high-court-arrest-and.html

Here’s more of his crap, apparently the Queen is on his side and would be happy to give evidence on his behalf: http://www.silobreaker.com/accuseds-fitness-to-plead-to-be-tested-5_2264771260238004300

There was even a Facebook group set up to save his junkyard roof: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=120132044682478&v=wall that luckily had just 4 people post on it.

It goes on and on and on: http://www.google.com.au/#hl=en&sugexp=gsis%2Ci18n%3Dtrue&cp=47&gs_id=3&xhr=t&q=Alexander+Andre+Marcel+Sebastian+Barker+Bayliff&pf=p&sclient=psy-ab&safe=off&site=&source=hp&pbx=1&oq=Alexander+Andre+Marcel+Sebastian+Barker+Bayliff&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_sm=&gs_upl=&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&fp=dfa502f1b4d8007e&biw=1366&bih=622

A mate of mine had his small day sailer boat stolen from his yard. It ended up in Alex’s back yard. 🙁

Erg0 3:54 pm 15 Sep 11

“What do you mean I can’t use the T2 lane?”

el 3:05 pm 15 Sep 11

gospeedygo said :

Someone seemed to have missed when he was standing on top of the trolley with arms spread like jesus on the cross for a good few minutes.

The kangaroo or Bayliss?

Gerry-Built 2:57 pm 15 Sep 11

nobody else is cleaning up the roadside-splattered roos… I guess he is performing a community service and should be commended…

Watson 2:10 pm 15 Sep 11

stormboy said :

R U OK Skip

Gold!

stormboy 12:19 pm 15 Sep 11

R U OK Skip

Hank 12:19 pm 15 Sep 11

Planking

stormboy 12:19 pm 15 Sep 11

SUICIDE: you can never take back the pain you cause to the ones you loved

Hank 12:11 pm 15 Sep 11

Just coming back from Raiders Mad Monday.

Watson 11:19 am 15 Sep 11

aussielyn said :

Chances are that that the trolley was free range or liberated from Fyshwick markets.
The person involved, a serial pest, is know to rove Narrabundah in the wee hours liberating anything he can see. He last recently put lounge chairs on top of the charity bins making more work.
Given his form he would have deposited the roo corpse in the shop area so that he would maximise work for rangers who clean up after him.

LOOK AT ME is the modus operanti of Mr Bayliss AKA Bayliff. He is notorious for wasting the time of AFP and all emergency services. The issue is his brilliance is not put to good use by incompetent mental health case workers.

I wonder if this is the same guy who took my bike in Braddon while I had my back turned to it for a few minutes (I was trying to catch an injured magpie – silly story). I called the cops when I got home 10 minutes later and was told it had been brought in by this guy who was obviously known to them and did this sort of stuff all the time, they said.

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