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Six in court over murder attempt on bikers in Cullen https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-north-east-orkney-shetland-49298903

Six men have appeared in court charged with the attempted murder of three bikers.
Ian Ewing, 44, Patrick Noble, 52, Kyle Urquhart, 22, Ian Yeomans, 57, Lewis Ross, 36, and Steven McSeveney, 33, appeared at the High Court in Glasgow.
They are alleged to have committed the offences on the A98 Fochabers to Banff Road at Cullen, Moray, on 8 September.
The charges include driving vehicles at two of the bikers and attacking two with weapons, including a claw hammer.
The men appearing in the dock were from Stonehaven, Aberdeen, Peterhead, Insch and Alford.
It is alleged that, while acting with others, they drove a vehicle at biker Alistair Thompson and attempted to knock him off his motorbike.
Claw hammer
They are also accused of driving a vehicle at Colin Sutherland, causing him to fall from his bike and losing consciousness, then assaulting him with a claw hammer, tyre iron and baseball bat. They are also alleged to have kicked him on the body and cut his clothing with a knife.
All six are also charged with attempting to murder John Sutherland by causing him to fall from his bike and striking him with a claw hammer, tyre iron and baseball bat.
They are also accused of assaulting two other bikers, Edward Forrest and Nicky Syratt, to the danger of their lives.
And they face a charge of committing a breach of the peace, while acting with others and with their faces masked, by brandishing weapons and repeatedly striking motorbikes with them.
All six deny all the charges against them.
Judge Lord Matthews set a trial date for January next year.
Outlaws/Hells Angels spat probably, those lovable rogues.

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First day back on the school run and the full range of school run c*nts have hit the ground running.

Got parked much further away than normal, fair dos first day back and a new entrance/car park section of the school had just opened so probably more traffic backed up. Naw, every car along the road has just parked 3/4 of a car length behind the car in front taking up way more road than necessary.

Get to the T junction next to the school and cars parked round the corner on both sides including 1 c*nto that decided to park entirely on the pavement on the corner forcing everyone to either walk round the corner on the road or go over a muddy field.

Topped off by the c*nts who decide that their kids are so important that they can park in the VIP section, AKA the yellow painted 'school keep clear' section.

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52 minutes ago, JamesP_81 said:

First day back on the school run and the full range of school run c*nts have hit the ground running.

Got parked much further away than normal, fair dos first day back and a new entrance/car park section of the school had just opened so probably more traffic backed up. Naw, every car along the road has just parked 3/4 of a car length behind the car in front taking up way more road than necessary.

Get to the T junction next to the school and cars parked round the corner on both sides including 1 c*nto that decided to park entirely on the pavement on the corner forcing everyone to either walk round the corner on the road or go over a muddy field.

Topped off by the c*nts who decide that their kids are so important that they can park in the VIP section, AKA the yellow painted 'school keep clear' section.
 

I assume this is a primary school? I thought that their catchment areas are such that they are within walking distance, obviously not helped by folk parking on the pavement.

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Should be car-free zone around schools - Glasgow doing an 18 month trial

 

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I assume this is a primary school? I thought that their catchment areas are such that they are within walking distance, obviously not helped by folk parking on the pavement.
Yeah primary school. In theory that should be the case but never gonna work out like that for everyone, whether it be people who live close but drop off on way to/from work right through to lazy c*nts that can't walk the length of themselves. I don't mind people dropping/picking up kids in their cars it's just the sheer selfishness and lack of any sense that drives me crazy. I used to live right across the road from the school and you would get people just parking across the entrance to my car park with their hazards on and double parking on corners all over the place and then give you abuse if you challenged them!

I'd fully welcome a car exclusion zone, I don't mind parking further away and walking the rest, just the mile and a quarter I am away now is a bit much to do with a 6 and a 4 year old, especially like my first point I'm more often than not dropping off or picking up directly from work.

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2 hours ago, JamesP_81 said:

Yeah primary school. In theory that should be the case but never gonna work out like that for everyone, whether it be people who live close but drop off on way to/from work right through to lazy c*nts that can't walk the length of themselves. I don't mind people dropping/picking up kids in their cars it's just the sheer selfishness and lack of any sense that drives me crazy. I used to live right across the road from the school and you would get people just parking across the entrance to my car park with their hazards on and double parking on corners all over the place and then give you abuse if you challenged them!

I'd fully welcome a car exclusion zone, I don't mind parking further away and walking the rest, just the mile and a quarter I am away now is a bit much to do with a 6 and a 4 year old, especially like my first point I'm more often than not dropping off or picking up directly from work.

I think the exclusion zones are a great idea however get that walking any kind of distance in the pishing rain with a 4 year old would be a nightmare. 

You should have just got the hose out and soaked the driver when they double parked citing over exuberant watering as the excuse

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4 hours ago, Adam101 said:

I assume this is a primary school? I thought that their catchment areas are such that they are within walking distance, obviously not helped by folk parking on the pavement.

In a city maybe. Hardy teuchters often travel 30 miles or more to school. 

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Took the dog for a walk after work the night and seen 3 cars with no lights on at all, no even as if was a little light out this is 10:30pm.

The age of the drivers definitely 50+

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Not so much c***s on the road but c***s working on the road. A813 in dumbarton/bonhill closed for 6 weeks, everyone and their auntie using Renton road to get into Vale of Leven/Alexandria. Today some genius decided to put temporary traffic lights on the renton road, resulting in carnage. Who makes these decisions!!??

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20 hours ago, JamesP_81 said:

...right through to lazy c*nts that can't walk the length of themselves ... just the mile and a quarter I am away now...

:whistle

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Arsehole overtook me today coming out of the village, fortunately for him there was nobody coming round the bend in the opposite direction going as fast as he was. 30% over the speed limit all the way into town, on numerous occasions on the wrong side of the white line, brake lights flashing at every bend.

Caught up with him at the 30 mph signs...

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4 hours ago, pleslie99 said:

Not so much c***s on the road but c***s working on the road. A813 in dumbarton/bonhill closed for 6 weeks, everyone and their auntie using Renton road to get into Vale of Leven/Alexandria. Today some genius decided to put temporary traffic lights on the renton road, resulting in carnage. Who makes these decisions!!??

People who realise that jeelyeaters shouldn't be allowed into the outside world.

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Diesel cars. I'm sick of driving along and getting to a dual carriageway with my wee baby in the car and then some diesel jalopy puts his foot to the floor and releases a cloud of black smoke making me frantically play with the AC to stop the wee man's lungs filling up with pm10s.

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Some c**t has kindly scraped my cars front wing in a car park before fucking off without a note.

Hopefully they collide with a brick wall soon.

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South Ayrshire twat doing 30-40 in a SUV down the Stranraer road yesterday oblivious to the tailback behind them. Turned off at Maybole eventually. 

Didn't do anything to counter my feelings that SUV drivers are antisocial bellends.

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7 hours ago, Tynierose said:

Some c**t has kindly scraped my cars front wing in a car park before fucking off without a note.

Hopefully they collide with a brick wall soon.

I never seen the incident but that was definitely a woman driver.

They're maniacs on the road.

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21 hours ago, tamthebam said:

South Ayrshire twat doing 30-40 in a SUV down the Stranraer road yesterday oblivious to the tailback behind them. Turned off at Maybole eventually. 

Didn't do anything to counter my feelings that SUV drivers are antisocial bellends.

I was stuck behind the polis doing 40 in a 60 in the countryside for quite some distance the other day. Not sure why.

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1 hour ago, nsr said:

I was stuck behind the polis doing 40 in a 60 in the countryside for quite some distance the other day. Not sure why.

Trying to get some overtime in at the end of their shift.

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