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Topic # 148556 23-Jun-2014 13:56
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Driving along the other day, noticed this scooter up ahead get a serious case of the wobbles and nearly lost it.

Got a bit closer, and it appears he has a medium sized dog hitching a ride. 





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  Reply # 1072606 23-Jun-2014 13:57
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Lol?





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  Reply # 1072607 23-Jun-2014 13:59
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That image needs a bit of brightening/adjustment. Can't see much on my machine.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1072609 23-Jun-2014 14:01
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Napier?

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  Reply # 1072640 23-Jun-2014 14:31
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trig42: Napier?


Looks like Tauranga




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  Reply # 1072645 23-Jun-2014 14:35
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KiwiNZ:
trig42: Napier?


Looks like Tauranga


I doubt it





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  Reply # 1072647 23-Jun-2014 14:36
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You see some far more weird things in other countries. Such as a guy on a motorbike, with a live goat on his back. But all thought in NZ all loads had to be secured now.

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  Reply # 1072648 23-Jun-2014 14:38
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nakedmolerat:
KiwiNZ:
trig42: Napier?


Looks like Tauranga


I doubt it


I am probably wrong but it just looks like the Mount in the background but it could also be the road into Ahuriri and it is Bluff Hill in the background




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  Reply # 1072680 23-Jun-2014 15:23
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I'm about 90% sure that it's Tauranga :)

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  Reply # 1072683 23-Jun-2014 15:31
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Behodar: I'm about 90% sure that it's Tauranga :)


It's Placemakers Mt Maunganui in the background, so you'd imagine so....




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  Reply # 1072684 23-Jun-2014 15:32
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100% sure that's Tauranga, I've seen the same idiot...

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  Reply # 1072796 23-Jun-2014 17:01
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as retarded as all the car drivers driving with their pooch in their laps.



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  Reply # 1072903 23-Jun-2014 20:25
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Yep , Mt Maunganui as someone said. 

The dogs tail was wagging and bumping along the ground.  

The rider nearly toppled over with what looked like speed wobbles which got my attention in the first place.   



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  Reply # 1072908 23-Jun-2014 20:34
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Does he have no number plate or did you blank it out ?

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  Reply # 1073058 24-Jun-2014 07:24
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Hope this shows up...

Goat on a motorbike

Also, indicators are to announce what you're doing 3 seconds before you're doing it, not documentation after the fact.




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  Reply # 1073106 24-Jun-2014 09:10
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Mark: Does he have no number plate or did you blank it out ?


No number plate . 


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