Bit low nicking a Puppy.....
Ah well. Bet he has more chance of getting his car back than ordinary Joe Public.
He got his dog back and the cars.
He had a bad week that week since he had his drinks spiked and ended up in hospital a couple of days before. Then was done by the boss for drinking 2 days before a game!
That's the problem with football players - too much money for toys, and always in the public eye. It's a shame, sounds like he had a really bad week!
How?Originally Posted by Ste
Because more effort will be expended in trying to find it, because he is famous. The boys in blue will put more resources into it, as he is in the public eye. Saying that, I've never heard of him, but I don't watch or follow football.
Maybe true, maybe perception - I am not sure.
When my car got broken into several years ago, the police didn't even turn up to even try to get any evidence. Just gave me crime number and that was all. No assistance or investigation at all. It seems to me that if famous people are involved far more is done, or at least is seen to be done.
Last edited by Ste; 21st August 2006 at 15:51.
****** scousers lol
Sorry mate,Originally Posted by Ste
But you are way wrong. It will get the same attention as every other stolen car. Any increased possibility of recovery woud be because it was a Ferrari. The make would draw more attention than a Vec or Mondeo if it was passed in the street.
Plus the fact that it will probably have some kind of tracker/trakback system on it to help locate it.Originally Posted by MLC
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