Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Don’t leave your house unattended for too long!

Police is Southern Russia say 'house stealing' is normal practice

A villager in south Russia's Astrakhan Region has been detained on suspicion of stealing his neighbor's house, which is common practice in remote areas, a local police spokesman said Monday. The spokesman said the hapless house owner, who had been away for four months, reported the theft to police after he returned home to find his house gone and just the foundations remaining.

Posted by afrobaggie @ 01:11 PM (933 views)
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7 thoughts on “Don’t leave your house unattended for too long!

  • Yekshemeesh. I steal house. I’m a Borat. I like.

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  • Sounds like what the government/taxman does here when you go into a care home.

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  • Police said that they are looking for a man living in a heavily cracked building, slightly on the p*ss.

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  • bidin'matime says:

    Maybe the guy just wanted to go into the house removals business…

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  • eventually that will happen here , to all the empty repod btl homes

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  • crash bandicoot says:

    This is a natural progression. Once the houses perceived value is below the actual value of the bricks and mortar (OK the bricks and fittings) the house is worth more as scrap. Although this would not work over here because the bricks etc of your average new build are only worth a couple of grand at the most.

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  • But it does work with respect to lead. Been an increase in the number of houses/churches losing their lead overnight in this country apparently

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