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Old 07 June 2006, 11:36   #1
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If at 1st you don't succeed..."use a bigger hammer!"

JK.....Stu doesn't always use a bigger hammer!
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Old 07 June 2006, 12:03   #2
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JK.....Stu doesn't always use a bigger hammer!
Hey kept it safe though, he wore his life jacket throughout the procedure!
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Old 07 June 2006, 12:12   #3
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He'll need more than a lifejacket to save his life when Gill catches up with him!
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Nice key. A little bulky, though...

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Nice key. A little bulky, though...

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Have a heart,he's on a diet Does his arse look big in this?
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Is he trying to get in or out?
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Old 07 June 2006, 16:31   #7
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He was trying to get out of his cage! Someone had damaged the padlock and it wouldn't open. I was amazed how long it took to get through the steel chain! Conlcusion: Drivers Wharf is a pretty safe place to keep your boat
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He was trying to get out of his cage! Someone had damaged the padlock and it wouldn't open. I was amazed how long it took to get through the steel chain! Conlcusion: Drivers Wharf is a pretty safe place to keep your boat
They found out after looking at the security camera recordings, that it was in fact just somebody trying to lock the gate - and having not locked the gates before, had a bit of difficulty with the lock... and as such, took a rock to it to get the chain into the jaws of the padlock! Where infact, one end of the chain fits into the other....

Both chain and lock have been replaced now
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I'm quite a fan of the famous BOC Key .

Much more fun messing with molten metal!

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Glad to see he has all the correct safety gear on… life jacket and shorts?
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