Thursday, August 20, 2009

Speedy Bicycle Stolen

If you are in Windsor, Ontario or Essex County and see this bicycle or have seen it minus the cute guy below, please report it to the Windsor, Ontario police. Poor old Speedy had his bicycle stolen the morning of Wednesday, August 19th sometime between 0930 and 1030 hrs from the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor.
Now he has to bum rides and take public transportation and that's very annoying. This bicycle is Speedy's "car" and he needs it to get himself around The City, kill himself running triathlons and has even used it to rescue his mother from the clutches of the Canadian Health Care System (Bow down and kiss the earth.) We are all very sad about this and really don't want to have to put up with a mopey Speedy on account of someone's bad behaviour. Speedy is a poor student and needs his bicycle back. Click on any of the photos to have a better look at his bike.

(I don't know who took photos 1, 2 and 4, but to the person who did, thanks.)

6 comments:

Caution Flag said...

You're back!! What a nice treat :)

Poor Speedy. It's obvious that he and his bike had a loving relationship, too. Look at the physical affection in picture #3. Theft stinks. Big time.

Mental P Mama said...

That's terrible. Why do people do that?

AngelMc said...

Oh no!!! I'm sorry about the bike.
Glad to see you back here--have missed you. How was the wedding?

Jeanne said...

How was the wedding

I had my licence plates stolen
and we had our garage broken into........
It is happening everywhwere

I love you
I hope you get the bike back
Love Jeanne♥

Decadent Housewife said...

Beautiful. Wonderful. Great. Tiring. Amazing. The wedding was all this and more.

Will think about what to post later.

Leila said...

Welcome back!

I think you mean that Speedy is a student with not much money, right? I mean, I guess we would feel REALLY sorry for him if he not only can't afford a car AND got his bike stolen, but also doesn't do well in school.

:)

If I see this bike in Central Massachusetts, nothing will prevent me from recovering it for you!