|Neil Wyatt||18/12/2018 16:22:37|
15224 forum posts
This certainly counts as hobby engineering, even if the guy is a professional engineer. And it's brilliant!
|Chris Trice||18/12/2018 16:57:38|
1135 forum posts
Yes, saw this on the BBC News site earlier. These thieves seem to have no sense of right or wrong instilled in them. Shame it wasn't something a little more permanent.
|duncan webster||18/12/2018 17:32:16|
1817 forum posts
It is unfortunate that the parcel delivery men are on piece work, they regularly dump stuff on the doorstep even when we are in, I complained once and was told that I had signed for the parcel so I must be mistaken. I obviously hadn't, the delivery guy just scrawls something on my behalf
4276 forum posts
When my chuck arrived last week the Post Office guy was able to teleport my signature to his pad saving me the cost of electricity for ringing my doorbell. Obviously very eco-conscious.
|Chris Trice||18/12/2018 18:32:17|
1135 forum posts
Your signature never looks like what it should with the signing pads they use anyway.
|Jon Lawes||18/12/2018 18:40:00|
245 forum posts
I really enjoyed that video. Excellent.
|Roger Williams 2||18/12/2018 19:36:02|
|320 forum posts|
Cracking video !. Urea would have been better than glitter though. Or a hand grenade......
|Brian Oldford||18/12/2018 20:01:49|
436 forum posts
Regrettably the grenade would make it a one tripper.
|David Standing 1||19/12/2018 09:29:20|
|1146 forum posts|
Not a problem, you set up a production line
|Raymond Sanderson 2||19/12/2018 11:29:14|
441 forum posts
The guy who designed it should have also installed cans of glue spray so the glitter stuck everywhere it landed.
|Brian G||19/12/2018 11:32:22|
|379 forum posts|
Those suggesting violent actions forget that they would also affect a good neighbour who tries to take the parcel in until the recipient returns home. In our street this would be much more likely than theft.
|900 forum posts|
No Brian, there's a tamper switch fitted INSIDE the package. Perhaps I'm doing it wrong, I NEVER open packages left with me for neighbours.
417 forum posts
Yes, but a good neighbour wont open it will they.
Edited By wheeltapper on 19/12/2018 12:36:20
|Alan Vos||19/12/2018 18:59:15|
|104 forum posts|
The last time I accepted a package for a neighbour, its nature was clear enough without opening. The front bumper for a car. Some plastic wrapping, no box. Neighbour appeared about an hour later explaining he had trained the (small) kids not to accept presents from strangers.
|3621 forum posts|
Tut Brian, it's Christmas. Fancy you ruining a perfectly good revenge fantasy by pointing out that an innocent bystander might get whacked by mistake! In this thread baddies thoroughly deserve violent painful deaths, kids never stand on land-mines, wedding parties aren't targetted accidentally by the CIA, and there are no miscarriages of justice...
I don't think anyone on this forum would really be stupid enough to booby trap a package with a grenade. It might be picked up by a child.
Edited By SillyOldDuffer on 19/12/2018 20:34:30
481 forum posts
Now that was clever! And funny.
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