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Netherlands: You Thought Your Motorcycle Was Safe From Being Stolen?

14
August
2014
  Posted at 02:00:00 PM
  File under  News
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France
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You got to admit, if you park your motorcycle at night, in this case a Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa, and to make sure no one steals your ride, you chain it to a reasonably big tree.

Sounds good hey? Sounds like you will be quite sure that when you come to get your motorcycle the following morning that it will still be there. But not in the case of this biker. In The Hague the rider came back in the morning and found this;

Sawed off tree stolen motorcycle
© Gerard van den IJssel

Now his bike, license plate MZ-LG-18, has disappeared. So even if you chain it to a tree, thieves just saw the tree. Nothing is safe.

Via: Dan Haag FM <-- Oliepeil



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