Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Black guy attacks neighbour who had a wifi network name that mentioned "Abos"

"Abo" is a common abbreviation for an Australian Aborigine which some find offensive.  Violence against women and children is common in Aboriginal communities

An indigenous man has been found guilty for attacking the house of a neighbour whom he believed had named his wifi network a racist slur.

Damien Boxer, of Palmerston, Northern Territory, took offence to a wifi signal he could pick up, called 'A**s are bludgers who can't look after their kids'.

Boxer admitted to violent conduct, trespass and property damage after he and a companion repeatedly threw chairs at his neighbours house, smashing a glass door before using a chair to break it off its frame, the NT News reported.

In the Darwin Magistrates Court, magistrate Greg Smith said that Boxer needed to find a way to respond that did not involve violence.

But he also criticised the neighbour whose house was attacked, saying: 'That someone chose to use this (slur) as their wi-fi signal is disgusting'.

He said it was no doubt it caused Boxer 'monumental offence' and he 'lost the plot', under the influence of alcohol.

During the attack, in which an outdoor dining table was overturned and a chair got stuck in a screen door, the neighbour had to tell his mother, in her 70s, to 'go into the back room and call police', the NT News reported.

The offenders were later found in a nearby drain by police.



Anonymous said...

I do not know anything bout the situation, but I get the impression that there is a great lack of responsibility on the part of some blacks.

Anonymous said...

So they smashed their neighbor's property and then hid in a ditch to avoid the police because they believed he called them irresponsible. Seems that he was very accurate, they are poster boys for inept irresponsibility.


Bird of Paradise said...

Make vandals pay through the nose for what they do quit listening to the whining little liberal wanks

Anonymous said...

I had to laugh at this story.
Almost tempted to change my wifi name

Olaf Koenders said...

The powers that be around here have been moving the Abo community out to a different housing location over the last few years.

Hasn't made a huge difference, going by the whites in my street still chucking stubbies across the road at each other, yelling offensive language et. al.

Doesn't happen too often, but it's pretty entertaining, so I sit on the porch with a coffee and watch.

Storm the Abatross said...

Ive always favored making vandals pay the price for what they do quit listening to all the rediculous excuses

Brian from Rochester, NY said...

While driving through our neighborhood, my son and I were amused when we picked up a wifi signal named "steal my wifi and die". We did not take offence, we did not feel threatened, we only laughed it off as the sign of someone who had a wicked sense of humor.

Get over yourselves, snowflakes! The offence you take is in your own heart and mind. It's your choice to act like a thug when someone says something you don't agree with. That's your failing, not theirs.

Whatever happened to "Sticks and Stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me" ?

Spurwing Plover the fighting shorebird said...

Get a life you pathetic bunch of whining whiners