PDA

View Full Version : The Crazy Motorist Mail Bomber


Funko
07-02-2007, 11:21:52
A woman has been injured by a letter bomb which exploded at the main DVLA centre in South Wales, police say.

The attack, which happened shortly before 0930 GMT, is the third of its kind on motoring-related companies in three consecutive days.

Police said the latest blast happened in the post room of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency in Swansea.

An accountancy firm in Berkshire was targeted on Tuesday, and the central London offices of Capita on Monday.

It's crazy. Some kind of speed camera and congestion charge hating loon is bombing offices.

I can't believe what the guy from the Association of British Drivers said:

"In fact, it makes us feel a bit guilty that we haven't campaigned hard enough on the legitimate front against the things that we oppose, to do with criminalising and bullying motorists, and because of our failure to campaign hard enough, somebody's had to resort to this."

WHAT?! Driven to sending mail bombs by speeding tickets?

King_Ghidra
07-02-2007, 11:33:59
that is some bizarre logic there

MoSe
07-02-2007, 11:43:29
the mailbomb of one overrides the speed of the many

maroule
07-02-2007, 11:45:10
It's adapted from a quote from a Brownshirt leader testifying at Nuremberg
"In fact, it makes us feel a bit guilty that we haven't campaigned hard enough in randomly beating jews in the streets, and because of our failure to campaign hard enough, somebody's had to resort to the holocaust."

MoSe
07-02-2007, 11:48:45
"In fact, it makes us feel a bit guilty that we haven't campaigned hard enough in randomly banning unruly posters at CG, and because of our failure to campaign hard enough, somebody's had to resort to unleashing mrG upon it."

MDA
07-02-2007, 11:50:49
:lol:

Drekkus
07-02-2007, 13:48:29
Originally posted by MoSe
"In fact, it makes us feel a bit guilty that we haven't campaigned hard enough in randomly banning unruly posters at CG, and because of our failure to campaign hard enough, somebody's had to resort to unleashing mrG upon it." yeah, sorry about that

Walrus Feeder
07-02-2007, 22:22:16
Would have been ironic if he had driven there and forgotten to pay the congestion charge.

Interestingly enough, I actually work for Capita, but in a totally different business area, who were the targets of the first package blast in London but in a totally different business area. These emails about the incident came around the office around midday.

Snotty
08-02-2007, 07:15:59
speeding and parking illegally is clearly a gateway crime to terrorism

fp
08-02-2007, 13:37:54
I think it's Gary. Don't remember him posting for a while....

Frozen Frog
08-02-2007, 18:24:18
Gary. Definitely Gary.

Lurker the Second
08-02-2007, 18:44:34
Originally posted by Drekkus
yeah, sorry about that

Sorry don't cut it, and we haven't forgotten.