Bayswater Vandalism

A plaintive cry against Bayswater council vandalism pinned up at the shops. Just what that vandalism might entail seems to have been missed. One may well cry j’accuse on Sylvan Alberts on his vandalism of concrete benches with pictures of his horrible puss on each one, but never fear, a kind soul has added the true answer. Free. Yes the vandalism of Bayswater’s dead heart with free wifi which you can’t use because you wouldn’t be there to use it. Ever. Or is it tree?

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18 Responses to Bayswater Vandalism

  1. Dame Shazza says:

    A cry against? I thought this was graffiti ironic style.

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  2. James N says:

    That would be Tree – as in several examples Bayswater Council are removing, thus destroying the life force of local hippies.

    I keep meaning to send in some shots of other Sylvan Alberts Tree-Vandal related outrage I’ve collected over the last couple of weeks.

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  3. El Guisto says:

    Maybe it says ‘free’…I heard about a controversial bylaw they were trying to get thru which allowed councillors to roam the shire vandalising anything they wanted with total impunity.
    Nice work if you can get it.

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  4. Bento says:

    With all the other words on that page, why not the AYS?

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  5. skink says:

    shall we start the clock on the countdown to the first act of vandalism on a mosque in Perth?

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