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Old 10-12-2011, 12:53 PM   #1
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Someone moved my motorcycle from my parking spot

So I currently live in south Florida. I went to work (I work at the mall as a waiter while I go to school here) and saw that my favorite parking spot was open since it was early in the morning. I parked next to the motorcycle parking spot as I have done several times for over a year without problems and get off my bike and go to work. There is a reason why I like parking in the other spot (as you can see from the pictures) as there are no other parking spots next to it since there is just grass o either side. And sometimes in that section I will have about 5 bikes parked next to mine.

So anyways from where I work, I can see my motorcycle fairly clearly from a side glass door. As I am walking by and glance over at where my bike is, I noticed that it was moved and parked crooked. I was like, what the ?? I was mad that someone moved my bike. The mall I work at is a tourist hotspot so the parking lot gets full quickly.

I immediately I go outside and see that there is a jeep in my original spot. It had rained for a bit after I went in to work so I noticed that the street underneath my bike had a dry spot and that the street underneath the jeep was dry. So I assumed that the driver of the jeep was the who moved my bike. I was furious and wanted to bust out the jeep's windows but I decided that was too loud. So I grabbed my keys and scratched as hard as I could the passenger side. It left a really nice white streak against the black paint. Satisfied I got on my bike and parked it near the dumpster behind work out of site.

Fast forward to today. 4 days later. I head to work this morning and the parking lot is basically empty. I see my favorite spot next to the motorcycle spot open again. But I decide not to park there and park in the motorcycle spot as I don't want any issues. As I am riding up I see a guy standing outside a vehicle getting his clothes ready for work. He clearly works at The Cheesecake Factory. When I park my bike, that's when I notice he is next to a black jeep. The same jeep that I scratched. I recognize the fact that one of the rear lights has tape on it.

As I am turning of my bike and checking my backpack for something he approaches me and says

Guy: "Hey man, I parked my car next to your bike a few days ago and I guess someone had moved your bike but when I got back to my car I noticed my car got keyed. I sure hope that wasn't you."

Me: "Oh wow. Yea, I noticed my bike was moved. I work at that restaurant (I point to it) and saw someone moving my bike. By the time I got out they had already parked and the people were already gone."

Guy: "Oh yea what kind of car was it?"

Me: (Without hesitating) "It was some kind of Chevy Cobalt."

Guy: "I would never touch anybodies motorcycle. I don't do that. I ended up getting screwed."

Then he walks off. For a split second I felt guilty and kind of bad that I got the wrong guy. But then I was like, how the did he know someone moved my bike??

Yea, it was him. I am certain of it. I got him back. He should have never touched my and I would have never keyed his jeep. We are even I feel because after I keyed his jeep I felt better. But now I gotta keep my bike parked hidden near my work because he may decide he wants to get back at me.

Oh well.


Cliffs:
-My bike is moved from parking spot to motorcycle parking spot
-Jeep is nearby so I key it
-4 days later I see the same jeep with guy nearby getting ready for work
-He asks me if I know anything about his keyed car
-I say basically say no
-He says he never moved a bike
-How the did he know my bike was even moved??
-Conclusion: payback is a


Grey circle thing is sign that says "Motorcycle Parking" It prevents cars from parking there. Red thing is my bike.
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Old 10-12-2011, 12:54 PM   #2
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i've had someone move my bike like that.. i was .
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You're a for keying his car. You handled it just like a of would have. Just saying
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I don't think you should have keyed his Jeep, you might have sparked an even bigger problem.

Then again, I cannot blame you at all. I'd be just as as you were/are.

If the owner of the Jeep gets revenge, it doesn't have to be immediately followed. He will wait until your sleeping, and then powww right in the kisser.

If I were you, I would keep an even closer eye out for when like this happens.

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So I currently live in south Florida. I went to work (I work at the mall as a waiter while I go to school here) and saw that my favorite parking spot was open since it was early in the morning. I parked next to the motorcycle parking spot as I have done several times for over a year without problems and get off my bike and go to work. There is a reason why I like parking in the other spot (as you can see from the pictures) as there are no other parking spots next to it since there is just grass o either side. And sometimes in that section I will have about 5 bikes parked next to mine.

So anyways from where I work, I can see my motorcycle fairly clearly from a side glass door. As I am walking by and glance over at where my bike is, I noticed that it was moved and parked crooked. I was like, what the ?? I was mad that someone moved my bike. The mall I work at is a tourist hotspot so the parking lot gets full quickly.

I immediately I go outside and see that there is a jeep in my original spot. It had rained for a bit after I went in to work so I noticed that the street underneath my bike had a dry spot and that the street underneath the jeep was dry. So I assumed that the driver of the jeep was the who moved my bike. I was furious and wanted to bust out the jeep's windows but I decided that was too loud. So I grabbed my keys and scratched as hard as I could the passenger side. It left a really nice white streak against the black paint. Satisfied I got on my bike and parked it near the dumpster behind work out of site.

Fast forward to today. 4 days later. I head to work this morning and the parking lot is basically empty. I see my favorite spot next to the motorcycle spot open again. But I decide not to park there and park in the motorcycle spot as I don't want any issues. As I am riding up I see a guy standing outside a vehicle getting his clothes ready for work. He clearly works at The Cheesecake Factory. When I park my bike, that's when I notice he is next to a black jeep. The same jeep that I scratched. I recognize the fact that one of the rear lights has tape on it.

As I am turning of my bike and checking my backpack for something he approaches me and says

Guy: "Hey man, I parked my car next to your bike a few days ago and I guess someone had moved your bike but when I got back to my car I noticed my car got keyed. I sure hope that wasn't you."

Me: "Oh wow. Yea, I noticed my bike was moved. I work at that restaurant (I point to it) and saw someone moving my bike. By the time I got out they had already parked and the people were already gone."

Guy: "Oh yea what kind of car was it?"

Me: (Without hesitating) "It was some kind of Chevy Cobalt."

Guy: "I would never touch anybodies motorcycle. I don't do that. I ended up getting screwed."

Then he walks off. For a split second I felt guilty and kind of bad that I got the wrong guy. But then I was like, how the did he know someone moved my bike??

Yea, it was him. I am certain of it. I got him back. He should have never touched my and I would have never keyed his jeep. We are even I feel because after I keyed his jeep I felt better. But now I gotta keep my bike parked hidden near my work because he may decide he wants to get back at me.

Oh well.


Cliffs:
-My bike is moved from parking spot to motorcycle parking spot
-Jeep is nearby so I key it
-4 days later I see the same jeep with guy nearby getting ready for work
-He asks me if I know anything about his keyed car
-I say basically say no
-He says he never moved a bike
-How the did he know my bike was even moved??
-Conclusion: payback is a


Grey circle thing is sign that says "Motorcycle Parking" It prevents cars from parking there. Red thing is my bike.
4v5tw6


What I come to after my bike is moved
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I would not have keyed his car, I would have waited and confronted him. It is bullshit; I try to lock my handlebars to avoid such issues.
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Meh, the bigger is the guy who moved my bike.


I would have been a if I just sat there and complained about it and did nothing.


I will do it again to anyone who physically moves my bike.
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I would not have keyed his car, I would have waited and confronted him. It is bullshit; I try to lock my handlebars to avoid such issues.
My handle bars were locked and the problem is I never saw him move the bike. So he would have just said, "Oh I never moved your bike." Then I would have still been mad.
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^ anonymous keying is cheaper than an assault (possible felony) charge
Sounds like a total move. Anonymity is for who are scared. If you dont have the sack to wait and confront the Jeep owner, you get on your and ride off.
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Meh, the bigger is the guy who moved my bike.


I would have been a if I just sat there and complained about it and did nothing.


I will do it again to anyone who physically moves my bike.
You would deserve more respect for doing nothing. You are a for pulling a key job. That is a fact. Are you a 13 year old girl? That was a rhetorical question. You dont need to answer it.
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Nah. I would do it again. don't do . I did. The guy who moved my bike should consider it a lesson learned. "Never touch another man's vehicle."


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Sounds like a total move. Anonymity is for who are scared. If you dont have the sack to wait and confront the Jeep owner, you get on your and ride off.

I was going to do that. But it would have just been him saying, "I never moved your bike." He had to learn a lesson.
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u should have charged it to the game. what if the owner of the jeep would have seen u key his jeep. ppl now a days carry weapons esp in texas
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What lesson was learned? You didn't have the juevos to admit it was you who did it?
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