1960s Lambretta scooter stolen from outside Highams Park resident's home on Friday

Scott Rance with the stolen 1960s Lambretta scooter

Scott Rance with the stolen 1960s Lambretta scooter

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The owner of a vintage scooter stolen 48 hours before it was due to appear on the Antiques Roadshow has appealed to the public for help to track it down. 

Scott Rance, 41, of Church Avenue in Highams Park, had been in touch with the BBC production team about featuring his 1960s Lambretta during the programme's visit to the town hall in Walthamstow on Sunday. 

Experts visited his home a week before it was reported stolen on August 29 and agreed to showcase the Italian-imported item, worth an estimated £3,000.

It was stolen on Friday morning as Mr Rance and his wife spent their first time at home together with their new-born son and daughter.

He had wheeled it outside from his garage to save a parking space for a family visitor and suspects it was stolen between 7.30am and 9am.

Mr Rance said the grey and white scooter is rare as it includes all the original parts and paintwork, but fears it has now been scrapped.  

He said: "I'm gutted, I love the show and I've been watching it for years. I'm just annoyed there are people going around doing this sort of thing. 

Police are appealing for any information or sightings of the scooter, which has the  registration 729 YUU, to call 101 quoting reference number 4917733/14.

For more on this story, see this week's Guardian - out Thursday

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7:14am Wed 3 Sep 14

Villagecranberry says...

Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -19

11:27am Wed 3 Sep 14

barbus44 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand. barbus44
  • Score: 11

11:47am Wed 3 Sep 14

Villagecranberry says...

barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.
You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.
[quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.[/p][/quote]You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -11

11:57am Wed 3 Sep 14

barbus44 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.
You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.
I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.[/p][/quote]You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.[/p][/quote]I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle. barbus44
  • Score: 12

12:26pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Villagecranberry says...

barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.
You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.
I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.
Your stance is like saying you cannot buy a left handed pair of scissors, a left handed golf club set, left handed shotgun or left handed spoon.

They have shops selling left handed items you know?
[quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.[/p][/quote]You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.[/p][/quote]I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.[/p][/quote]Your stance is like saying you cannot buy a left handed pair of scissors, a left handed golf club set, left handed shotgun or left handed spoon. They have shops selling left handed items you know? Villagecranberry
  • Score: -14

1:04pm Wed 3 Sep 14

barbus44 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.
You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.
I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.
Your stance is like saying you cannot buy a left handed pair of scissors, a left handed golf club set, left handed shotgun or left handed spoon.

They have shops selling left handed items you know?
Are you being deliberately obtuse or are you just Thick. Of course many items can be made/bought as left or right handed. The point I have made quite clearly, and which you appear not to accept is that SOLO MOTORCYCLES/SCOOTERS
?BICYCLES ARE BY THEIR VERY NATURE NEITHER LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.[/p][/quote]You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.[/p][/quote]I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.[/p][/quote]Your stance is like saying you cannot buy a left handed pair of scissors, a left handed golf club set, left handed shotgun or left handed spoon. They have shops selling left handed items you know?[/p][/quote]Are you being deliberately obtuse or are you just Thick. Of course many items can be made/bought as left or right handed. The point I have made quite clearly, and which you appear not to accept is that SOLO MOTORCYCLES/SCOOTERS ?BICYCLES ARE BY THEIR VERY NATURE NEITHER LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED. barbus44
  • Score: 13

1:14pm Wed 3 Sep 14

jonny mash says...

I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.
I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia. jonny mash
  • Score: -10

1:54pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Touchwood says...

barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.
You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.
I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.
Your stance is like saying you cannot buy a left handed pair of scissors, a left handed golf club set, left handed shotgun or left handed spoon.

They have shops selling left handed items you know?
Are you being deliberately obtuse or are you just Thick. Of course many items can be made/bought as left or right handed. The point I have made quite clearly, and which you appear not to accept is that SOLO MOTORCYCLES/SCOOTERS

?BICYCLES ARE BY THEIR VERY NATURE NEITHER LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED.
Give up on 'Cornbeefur' ( alias Villagecranberry) barbus44. He really is always obtuse/thick! It's part of his makeup. He'll probably carry on an argument with himself at times! We at the Pumphouse Museum have already given up on him!!
[quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.[/p][/quote]You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.[/p][/quote]I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.[/p][/quote]Your stance is like saying you cannot buy a left handed pair of scissors, a left handed golf club set, left handed shotgun or left handed spoon. They have shops selling left handed items you know?[/p][/quote]Are you being deliberately obtuse or are you just Thick. Of course many items can be made/bought as left or right handed. The point I have made quite clearly, and which you appear not to accept is that SOLO MOTORCYCLES/SCOOTERS ?BICYCLES ARE BY THEIR VERY NATURE NEITHER LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED.[/p][/quote]Give up on 'Cornbeefur' ( alias Villagecranberry) barbus44. He really is always obtuse/thick! It's part of his makeup. He'll probably carry on an argument with himself at times! We at the Pumphouse Museum have already given up on him!! Touchwood
  • Score: 17

1:57pm Wed 3 Sep 14

escapefrome17 says...

Sadly I suspect that it may have been nicked by opportunist yobs who will only see it as an old scooter and end up trashing it, having no idea about its actual worth, not so much in monetary terms but in replaceability and originality terms. Mr rance has my sympathy, but golden rule one with any vehicle like this is now never let it out of your sight.

A Triumph TR4 was recently taken from a show in knebworth, I have a similar car, not saying what as old vehicles are an easy target, but its similar....it's worrying, there are people who have no respect for these vehicles and just see them as easy to steal, Mr rance's best hope now is that it'll be dumped somewhere hopefully intact.
Sadly I suspect that it may have been nicked by opportunist yobs who will only see it as an old scooter and end up trashing it, having no idea about its actual worth, not so much in monetary terms but in replaceability and originality terms. Mr rance has my sympathy, but golden rule one with any vehicle like this is now never let it out of your sight. A Triumph TR4 was recently taken from a show in knebworth, I have a similar car, not saying what as old vehicles are an easy target, but its similar....it's worrying, there are people who have no respect for these vehicles and just see them as easy to steal, Mr rance's best hope now is that it'll be dumped somewhere hopefully intact. escapefrome17
  • Score: 5

2:24pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Howard Wolowitz says...

Barbus.

He is winding you up mate whether it be clockwise or anti clockwise you will never know, but just go with the perverted sense of humour. I have had plenty of experience from my friend Sheldon., but then again he knows everything. Bazinga.
Barbus. He is winding you up mate whether it be clockwise or anti clockwise you will never know, but just go with the perverted sense of humour. I have had plenty of experience from my friend Sheldon., but then again he knows everything. Bazinga. Howard Wolowitz
  • Score: 0

4:41pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Villagecranberry says...

jonny mash wrote:
I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.
I think technically you can leave a wheelie bin or two outside your house or milk crates with a scaffold board to reserve a space but not a scooter unless it has a residents permit.
[quote][p][bold]jonny mash[/bold] wrote: I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.[/p][/quote]I think technically you can leave a wheelie bin or two outside your house or milk crates with a scaffold board to reserve a space but not a scooter unless it has a residents permit. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -10

5:03pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Villagecranberry says...

barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
barbus44 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.
You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.
I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.
Your stance is like saying you cannot buy a left handed pair of scissors, a left handed golf club set, left handed shotgun or left handed spoon.

They have shops selling left handed items you know?
Are you being deliberately obtuse or are you just Thick. Of course many items can be made/bought as left or right handed. The point I have made quite clearly, and which you appear not to accept is that SOLO MOTORCYCLES/SCOOTERS

?BICYCLES ARE BY THEIR VERY NATURE NEITHER LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED.
I think you will find the can be as the can be inclined towards the left or right whether one is left or right leaning. Some people do
sub -conscientiously have a preference.
[quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbus44[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]What planet are you from? It doesn't matter where the scooter was from, even you should understand that motorcycles and scooters are not "left hookers" or " right hookers" Take a look at the picture and just maybe you will understand.[/p][/quote]You do not seem to grasp the situation. They drive on the other side of the road in Italy.[/p][/quote]I grasp the situation perfectly. It doesn't matter where in the world what side of the road you drive on. A solo motorcycle/scooter by it's very nature can not be a "left" or "right" hooker. That is a term that can only normally be applied to cars, vans etc where the driver has to sit on one side or the other of the vehicle.[/p][/quote]Your stance is like saying you cannot buy a left handed pair of scissors, a left handed golf club set, left handed shotgun or left handed spoon. They have shops selling left handed items you know?[/p][/quote]Are you being deliberately obtuse or are you just Thick. Of course many items can be made/bought as left or right handed. The point I have made quite clearly, and which you appear not to accept is that SOLO MOTORCYCLES/SCOOTERS ?BICYCLES ARE BY THEIR VERY NATURE NEITHER LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED.[/p][/quote]I think you will find the can be as the can be inclined towards the left or right whether one is left or right leaning. Some people do sub -conscientiously have a preference. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -11

9:46pm Wed 3 Sep 14

ChazFinch says...

Actually the brakes are the other way round on continental cycles.
Sad news about the scooter hope it turns up.
Actually the brakes are the other way round on continental cycles. Sad news about the scooter hope it turns up. ChazFinch
  • Score: 3

10:15pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Touchwood says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
jonny mash wrote:
I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.
I think technically you can leave a wheelie bin or two outside your house or milk crates with a scaffold board to reserve a space but not a scooter unless it has a residents permit.
You CANNOT leave anything in the road to 'reserve a space'. It will be classed as obstruction of the public highway. Come on 'Cornbeefur' with all YOUR fantastic know how you should be aware of those facts!
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonny mash[/bold] wrote: I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.[/p][/quote]I think technically you can leave a wheelie bin or two outside your house or milk crates with a scaffold board to reserve a space but not a scooter unless it has a residents permit.[/p][/quote]You CANNOT leave anything in the road to 'reserve a space'. It will be classed as obstruction of the public highway. Come on 'Cornbeefur' with all YOUR fantastic know how you should be aware of those facts! Touchwood
  • Score: 9

12:53am Thu 4 Sep 14

Villagecranberry says...

Touchwood wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
jonny mash wrote:
I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.
I think technically you can leave a wheelie bin or two outside your house or milk crates with a scaffold board to reserve a space but not a scooter unless it has a residents permit.
You CANNOT leave anything in the road to 'reserve a space'. It will be classed as obstruction of the public highway. Come on 'Cornbeefur' with all YOUR fantastic know how you should be aware of those facts!
I do know quite a few things but have no idea who Cornbeefer is. Returning to the point #ikeabillydrawfrontm
ising, I think Sting was in that film Quadnphenia and Micky Finn from Only the fools and the horse.
[quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonny mash[/bold] wrote: I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.[/p][/quote]I think technically you can leave a wheelie bin or two outside your house or milk crates with a scaffold board to reserve a space but not a scooter unless it has a residents permit.[/p][/quote]You CANNOT leave anything in the road to 'reserve a space'. It will be classed as obstruction of the public highway. Come on 'Cornbeefur' with all YOUR fantastic know how you should be aware of those facts![/p][/quote]I do know quite a few things but have no idea who Cornbeefer is. Returning to the point #ikeabillydrawfrontm ising, I think Sting was in that film Quadnphenia and Micky Finn from Only the fools and the horse. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -10

10:59am Thu 4 Sep 14

jonny mash says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
Touchwood wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
jonny mash wrote:
I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.
I think technically you can leave a wheelie bin or two outside your house or milk crates with a scaffold board to reserve a space but not a scooter unless it has a residents permit.
You CANNOT leave anything in the road to 'reserve a space'. It will be classed as obstruction of the public highway. Come on 'Cornbeefur' with all YOUR fantastic know how you should be aware of those facts!
I do know quite a few things but have no idea who Cornbeefer is. Returning to the point #ikeabillydrawfrontm

ising, I think Sting was in that film Quadnphenia and Micky Finn from Only the fools and the horse.
Yes that's right. It also starred Ray "bet in play, naaahhhh" Winistone and PC Jim Carver from The Bill, they should bring back The Bill as it was one of my favourite shows.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonny mash[/bold] wrote: I'm sorry to hear that Mr Gallagher had his scooter stolen but saving parking spaces on the public highway is illegal. maybe he could have gone to collect the family visitor and given them a pillion ride on his scooter - just like Leslie Ash and Phil Daniels in Quadrophenia.[/p][/quote]I think technically you can leave a wheelie bin or two outside your house or milk crates with a scaffold board to reserve a space but not a scooter unless it has a residents permit.[/p][/quote]You CANNOT leave anything in the road to 'reserve a space'. It will be classed as obstruction of the public highway. Come on 'Cornbeefur' with all YOUR fantastic know how you should be aware of those facts![/p][/quote]I do know quite a few things but have no idea who Cornbeefer is. Returning to the point #ikeabillydrawfrontm ising, I think Sting was in that film Quadnphenia and Micky Finn from Only the fools and the horse.[/p][/quote]Yes that's right. It also starred Ray "bet in play, naaahhhh" Winistone and PC Jim Carver from The Bill, they should bring back The Bill as it was one of my favourite shows. jonny mash
  • Score: -5

1:35pm Thu 4 Sep 14

G_Whiz says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up!
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up! G_Whiz
  • Score: 4

1:49pm Thu 4 Sep 14

Touchwood says...

G_Whiz wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up!
Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor
nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!!
[quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up![/p][/quote]Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!! Touchwood
  • Score: 7

2:52pm Thu 4 Sep 14

Kerim69 says...

Touchwood wrote:
G_Whiz wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up!
Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor

nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!!
At least this reflects realistically on Waltham Forest in today's society. KERIM
[quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up![/p][/quote]Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!![/p][/quote]At least this reflects realistically on Waltham Forest in today's society. KERIM Kerim69
  • Score: -1

9:56pm Thu 4 Sep 14

Villagecranberry says...

Touchwood wrote:
G_Whiz wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up!
Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor

nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!!
Yes I am being serious, you can see that bike is a left hooker by the photograph.
[quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up![/p][/quote]Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!![/p][/quote]Yes I am being serious, you can see that bike is a left hooker by the photograph. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -7

5:11pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Touchwood says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
Touchwood wrote:
G_Whiz wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up!
Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor


nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!!
Yes I am being serious, you can see that bike is a left hooker by the photograph.
Please 'Cornbeefur' explain to this lowly mechanic/motorist what IS a left hooker motor scooter?
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up![/p][/quote]Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!![/p][/quote]Yes I am being serious, you can see that bike is a left hooker by the photograph.[/p][/quote]Please 'Cornbeefur' explain to this lowly mechanic/motorist what IS a left hooker motor scooter? Touchwood
  • Score: 4

9:08am Sat 6 Sep 14

tillytrotter says...

who gives a flying hoot left or right handed the SCOOTER WAS STOLEN the owner is devastated and all VILLAGE wants to do is argue arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
hhhhhhh !!!!!!!
who gives a flying hoot left or right handed the SCOOTER WAS STOLEN the owner is devastated and all VILLAGE wants to do is argue arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhh !!!!!!! tillytrotter
  • Score: -1

1:59pm Sat 6 Sep 14

Touchwood says...

tillytrotter wrote:
who gives a flying hoot left or right handed the SCOOTER WAS STOLEN the owner is devastated and all VILLAGE wants to do is argue arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

hhhhhhh !!!!!!!
Sorry 'tillytrotter' but 'Villagecranberry/Co
rnbeefur' refuses to accept the normal way of using this site and continues to cause arguments with his in(s)ane postings!
[quote][p][bold]tillytrotter[/bold] wrote: who gives a flying hoot left or right handed the SCOOTER WAS STOLEN the owner is devastated and all VILLAGE wants to do is argue arghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhh !!!!!!![/p][/quote]Sorry 'tillytrotter' but 'Villagecranberry/Co rnbeefur' refuses to accept the normal way of using this site and continues to cause arguments with his in(s)ane postings! Touchwood
  • Score: 3

5:53pm Sat 6 Sep 14

roundthetwist says...

Does anyone know if the bike has turned up or been returned to Scott?
Does anyone know if the bike has turned up or been returned to Scott? roundthetwist
  • Score: 0

1:20am Sun 7 Sep 14

Villagecranberry says...

Touchwood wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Touchwood wrote:
G_Whiz wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up!
Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor



nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!!
Yes I am being serious, you can see that bike is a left hooker by the photograph.
Please 'Cornbeefur' explain to this lowly mechanic/motorist what IS a left hooker motor scooter?
A left hooker is what it is a left hooker. Everything on that bike is left. It is Italian. They drive on the right.
[quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up![/p][/quote]Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!![/p][/quote]Yes I am being serious, you can see that bike is a left hooker by the photograph.[/p][/quote]Please 'Cornbeefur' explain to this lowly mechanic/motorist what IS a left hooker motor scooter?[/p][/quote]A left hooker is what it is a left hooker. Everything on that bike is left. It is Italian. They drive on the right. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -2

6:56pm Mon 8 Sep 14

Touchwood says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
Touchwood wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Touchwood wrote:
G_Whiz wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
Typical, another crime statistic.

Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this.

If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.
Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up!
Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor




nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!!
Yes I am being serious, you can see that bike is a left hooker by the photograph.
Please 'Cornbeefur' explain to this lowly mechanic/motorist what IS a left hooker motor scooter?
A left hooker is what it is a left hooker. Everything on that bike is left. It is Italian. They drive on the right.
Well that puts the tin hat on it 'Cornbeefur'! You really are as thick as you show yourself. The handlebars are TWO handgrips with a lever each. Are you saying one lever is a dummy? Oh no, the dummy is you isn't 'Cornbeefur'. An ignorant, arrogant, argumentative big-head. Sums you up really!!
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Touchwood[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: Typical, another crime statistic. Arthur Negus probably never had such an incident in the 55 years that this show has been on the telly. Bet even the clockwork bird fell off the perch hearing this. If it was from Italy it will be a left hooker so should be easy to spot around the streets of town.[/p][/quote]Interesting how many people are confused by simple sarcasm eh!. Village - keep it up![/p][/quote]Sorry G_Whiz but Villagecranberry/Cor nbeefur is actually being deadly serious. You can tell that by the stupidity of his remarks!![/p][/quote]Yes I am being serious, you can see that bike is a left hooker by the photograph.[/p][/quote]Please 'Cornbeefur' explain to this lowly mechanic/motorist what IS a left hooker motor scooter?[/p][/quote]A left hooker is what it is a left hooker. Everything on that bike is left. It is Italian. They drive on the right.[/p][/quote]Well that puts the tin hat on it 'Cornbeefur'! You really are as thick as you show yourself. The handlebars are TWO handgrips with a lever each. Are you saying one lever is a dummy? Oh no, the dummy is you isn't 'Cornbeefur'. An ignorant, arrogant, argumentative big-head. Sums you up really!! Touchwood
  • Score: 2

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