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Lowlife of the week award.

LeeToRainesToRoach

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Jun 4, 2006
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Melbourne
Fake coronavirus signs at playgrounds: Kingston Council slams ‘outrageous’ act (paywalled)

Fake signs purportedly from a council urging children to use play equipment as their “best defence” against coronavirus have been plastered at parks in Melbourne’s southeast.

The signs - which even include a phony signature from the local mayor - claim it’s OK for children to use play equipment even though playgrounds are shut.

They’ve appeared over the weekend in the Kingston Council area, which covers suburbs from Cheltenham to Carrum.

Signs have so far been found at Chelsea and Bonbeach.

Kingston Mayor Georgina Oxley told the Herald Sun: “It’s disgraceful and it’s outrageous.”

“It’s putting our community’s lives at risk and especially young people and children in our community,’’ Cr Oxley said.

“Our parks are closed for good reason and that is to keep everyone safe.”

Council workers were scouring parks across the municipality for any more fake signs.

“This virus has unfortunately led to tragedies,’’ Cr Oxley said.

“For anyone to go out and do that in the community is absolutely disgusting.

“It looks like it’s an official sign.”

The signs, which were laminated and included the Kingston Council logo, are headlined “PARK OPEN”.

“Kingston City Council recognizes (sic) that a strong immune system is best defence against the current Covid19 threat and children are the safety community group,’’ it reads.

“Your children can best maintain a healthy immune system by the following: Regular vitamin D, Regular Physical Activity, Healthy eating habits”

Mordialloc state Labor MP Tim Richardson said the signs were of huge concern, with one found at popular Bicentennial Park in Chelsea.

“People have thought it was official and have used the park over the weekend,’’ Mr Richardson said.

“It’s misleading people.

“The motivations are sickening.

“This is a risk to health and safety during a global pandemic.

“It’s deeply concerning.

“Playgrounds are not open.”

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Not going to speculate as to what demographic this person is from but it's clearly someone with time on their hands.
 
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artball

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Wildride

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Sep 6, 2006
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The verdict in the Claremont Serial Killer case was announced today, with Bradley Edwards being found guilty of two of the three murders, with the judge saying that the prosecution did not prove beyond reasonable doubt that he murdered the third woman, mainly due to the fact that her body has never been found. Hope they lock him in a cell and throw away the key.

 
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larabee

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Jun 11, 2010
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how's this prick?

68 year old magistrate earning $300+K a year in a short relationship with a 24 year old (7 month relationship, lived together for 4 months, engaged for 1 month) who died in a car crash, took her struggling mother to court (and won) for her $180k super/life insurance, even though the girl had named her mother as her beneficiary.

the turd moved back in with his ex within months of the girls death.

*smile* lowlife

 
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AngryAnt

Tiger Legend
Nov 25, 2004
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how's this prick?

68 year old magistrate earning $300+K a year in a short relationship with a 24 year old (7 month relationship, lived together for 4 months, engaged for 1 month) who died in a car crash, took her struggling mother to court (and won) for her $180k super/life insurance, even though the girl had named her mother as her beneficiary.

the turd moved back in with his ex within months of the girls death.

*smile* lowlife



That's outrageous.
 

23.21.159

A Tiger in Denmark
Aug 9, 2003
5,744
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Denmark
www.dafl.dk
how's this prick?

68 year old magistrate earning $300+K a year in a short relationship with a 24 year old (7 month relationship, lived together for 4 months, engaged for 1 month) who died in a car crash, took her struggling mother to court (and won) for her $180k super/life insurance, even though the girl had named her mother as her beneficiary.

the turd moved back in with his ex within months of the girls death.

*smile* lowlife

Can't believe the ex took him back.
You would hope the police are investigating the "accident" thoroughly.
 

23.21.159

A Tiger in Denmark
Aug 9, 2003
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Denmark
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She didn't die in an accident, she threw herself in front of a car after the media focus on her relationship.
Ouch.
I didn't know that.
But reading the article again (between the lines) I guess that is what they're saying here ...

"Ms Petrie, 23, was hit by a car in the early hours of Monday, October 28, 2019, less than three weeks after the first story of her relationship was published in Melbourne’s Herald Sun."

What a terrible story on so many levels.
 
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Baloo

Delisted Free Agent
Nov 8, 2005
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I can't understand how that prick can even think to challenge the pay-out. Also makes you realise that despite what you think you have bequeathed, it may not happen that way. Getting your affairs in order can be bloody hard work and expensive.

Feel so sorry for the mother, who is no doubt younger than the prick.
 
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22nd Man

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Aug 29, 2011
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how's this prick?

68 year old magistrate earning $300+K a year in a short relationship with a 24 year old (7 month relationship, lived together for 4 months, engaged for 1 month) who died in a car crash, took her struggling mother to court (and won) for her $180k super/life insurance, even though the girl had named her mother as her beneficiary.

the turd moved back in with his ex within months of the girls death.

*smile* lowlife

Proves once again that the law and morality are distant cousins.
And we continue to elect truckloads of lawyers to every parliament in the land.
 
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MD Jazz

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Feb 3, 2017
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The home invaders who stabbed Wallabies legend Toutai Kefu and injured his family. He's in a fight for his life in hospital. Happened not far from my in-laws. Hope the big fella can pull through.

Gutless thugs.
 

brigadiertiger

Tiger Champion
Dec 1, 2005
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Shane Huici, 23 allegedly broke into a nursing home in Geelong and raped a 90 year old woman.

Scum like this is why the death penalty should be an option.
 
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