Honey Thief

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Honey Thief

Postby Happy » Wed Dec 19, 2018 1:18 pm

This parasite has no native plants on his property.
The neighbour who is actually fully blind has heaps as there was some there when he purchased the block plus they have planted thousands more plants and is part of their existing (honey) business.

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The Thief's house. Nice green paddocks NO flowering plants (native or otherwise) that support so many hives/bees.

The honey thief is blatantly trying to get in on some one elses Manuka crop and hard work

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The hives that should not be there and are placed on his neighbours boundary.

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Why the public think ARs are dodgy... Wonder if hes suitable to have a firearms licence ??

Doubt it ...

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Heres his business plus face book page... Let him know your feelings about this...

https://www.facebook.com/The-Office-at- ... 561773713/

Wonder if the coffee is produced by child labour

Stealing from a blind man suggests a massive lack of scruples ...
Thief, why don’t you get your arsewipe beekeeper to remove his hives. You’re both as bad as each other. Pure thieves.

But wait theres more I LL BE "Outing" a few more trying the same stuff on..
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Re: Honey Thief

Postby Scribe » Wed Dec 19, 2018 8:48 pm

Aaahaa here comes the fight back. There are some pretty unscrupulous locals up that road 'Happy' so keep us informed.

As soon as people put in the hard work and product eventually becomes profitable the worms come out of the woodwork and try their luck.
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Re: Honey Thief

Postby Happy » Thu Dec 20, 2018 2:21 pm

Luckily its not mine. I m safe for two to three years but already have a few plans developing

The guy above is a real jerk
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Re: Honey Thief

Postby Packhorse » Sat Dec 22, 2018 9:18 am

Read the title thought it was a badger or parasitic wasp or something...


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