northwest Spike trap found on Victorian park track
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« on: Wednesday June 26 2019 23:12:55 AEST PM »

Found in a puddle on a track after driver got a puncture.



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« Reply #1 on: Thursday June 27 2019 21:54:17 AEST PM »

hooly dooly.. that is a lot of effort, for what?
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« Reply #2 on: Thursday June 27 2019 23:15:50 AEST PM »

Yep they should be flogged whoever did it, extremely well made and designed to be hidden in large mud puddle in a public park, so it could not be seen in the puddle, what would happen if a horse or motor bike or a running child hit  it, I have other photos.
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« Reply #3 on: Thursday June 27 2019 23:39:25 AEST PM »

That's an extremely dangerous bit of kit 6666, have you reported it to the authorities?
Are you able to disclose the rough location?  So, others visiting the general area can at least be cautious?


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« Reply #4 on: Friday June 28 2019 22:38:45 AEST PM »

Found June 13th Enfield State Park

Here is the story that came with more pictures.

"WARNING: anyone going to our beautiful bush for any reason please be careful my neighbour was doing some work for the CFA I believe near Staffordshire reef outside Ross Creek and got a flat tyre from the stupid possible killing item in the picture. It was placed in tyre tracks in a puddle so you could not see it and was on a PUBLIC fire trail. They spoke to a local who was concerned too because they ride their horses on that road and if one of these spikes had gone through the horses hoof would mean the end of it. This is not anything to do with the environment or motorbike riders 4X4 this is a plain and malicious low act which has been planned and executed have a look at how precise the item is cut and professionally welded. I can't imagine what would happen if there was a bush fire out there and the CFA came across this it could mean the lives of innocent firefighters. This is an extremely low act I urge everyone to share across multiple platforms and if you see anything suspicious whilst enjoying these areas to contact the police asap. I don't have my access to other social media so please inform all sporting social camping clubs to be careful around the Ballarat region. I hope these mf's get caught."
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« Reply #5 on: Friday June 28 2019 22:45:30 AEST PM »

Hmmmmmm



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« Reply #6 on: Saturday June 29 2019 00:02:25 AEST AM »

My wife suggested it could be a good idea to look out for hidden camera around the area where the trap was found. The sick bastard who did this could also be looking to get a video from his work.
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« Reply #7 on: Saturday June 29 2019 00:34:02 AEST AM »

Thats a good suggestion I will pass that on
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