Thief steals £5k from safe at the Rockstone pub in Southampton and leaves taps running

Daily Echo: The man wanted in connection with the theft at the Rockstone pub in Southampton The man wanted in connection with the theft at the Rockstone pub in Southampton

CAUGHT on camera – this is the moment a burglar entered a popular Southampton pub and stole around £5,000 from a safe.

He was filmed walking into The Rockstone in Onslow Road before wandering into the private area upstairs and taking the cash from an open safe.

Then he casually strolled out of the pub leaving the taps on behind him.

It was only when water started dripping from the ceiling of the bar downstairs that staff realised something was wrong.

Police are investigating the theft and want people to help identify the man in the pictures.

The incident happened just before 9pm on Sunday.

Security cameras captured the man walking into the pub talking on his telephone. He sat down near the end of the bar waiting for his opportunity to pounce.

After watching bar staff and customers he walked behind the bar and upstairs to private living quarters, where the residents were at the time.

He found the safe and removed a tub containing what it thought to be up to £5,000.

Having removed the cash the man put the tub in a sink, turned on the taps and returned to the bar, once again on his phone for a while, before casually leaving the pub.

Water pouring over the top of the sink and dripping into the rooms below caused minor damage.

Max Greenwood, landlord of the pub, whose motto is Be Excellent To Each Other, said: “I’m not angry, I’m disappointed.”

The male suspect is described as black with short, possibly shaved, dark hair.

He is more than 6ft, aged between 20 and 30 and muscular.

He wore a beige jacket, dark jeans and white trainers.

Anyone who recognises the man in the footage should contact Shirley CID on 101 or the anonymous Crimestoppers charity line on 0800 555 111.

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5:04am Tue 5 Feb 13

pushamara says...

Why would you leave the safe open with 5k in it?!
Why would you leave the safe open with 5k in it?! pushamara

5:24am Tue 5 Feb 13

10 Minute Man says...

is he on the phone in that picture ? video time stamp+cell phone records = additional link to the crime if the police will follow up that part of the evidence.

Leaving the taps on is the part which annoys me most ! Destructive idiocy not just greed thievery.
is he on the phone in that picture ? video time stamp+cell phone records = additional link to the crime if the police will follow up that part of the evidence. Leaving the taps on is the part which annoys me most ! Destructive idiocy not just greed thievery. 10 Minute Man

6:21am Tue 5 Feb 13

MiddleOfRoad says...

This crook is done and dusted. Obviously a recidivist offender who will be well known to both Police and Prison authorities and probably Social Services.
It is just a matter of time before his collar is felt and he experiences deja vu when he steps into court to plead guilty to a raft of criminal charges. He will know it and will be debating whether to hand himself in or await the knock on the door.
I hope the Judge, and it will be a Judge given the seriousness and the crook's almost certain lengthy criminal history, directs him to make reparations from his benefits upon his release.
What are the odds that this low life is in public housing and receiving all possible benefits from the very society he seeks to abuse?
This crook is done and dusted. Obviously a recidivist offender who will be well known to both Police and Prison authorities and probably Social Services. It is just a matter of time before his collar is felt and he experiences deja vu when he steps into court to plead guilty to a raft of criminal charges. He will know it and will be debating whether to hand himself in or await the knock on the door. I hope the Judge, and it will be a Judge given the seriousness and the crook's almost certain lengthy criminal history, directs him to make reparations from his benefits upon his release. What are the odds that this low life is in public housing and receiving all possible benefits from the very society he seeks to abuse? MiddleOfRoad

8:18am Tue 5 Feb 13

bullarboy says...

Unfortunately I would think that there has been an element of inside information here - staff or workman etc. as note how he seems to know exactly where he is going! (and prob that the safe will be left open - God knows why??)
Unfortunately I would think that there has been an element of inside information here - staff or workman etc. as note how he seems to know exactly where he is going! (and prob that the safe will be left open - God knows why??) bullarboy

8:47am Tue 5 Feb 13

userds5050 says...

MiddleOfRoad wrote:
This crook is done and dusted. Obviously a recidivist offender who will be well known to both Police and Prison authorities and probably Social Services.
It is just a matter of time before his collar is felt and he experiences deja vu when he steps into court to plead guilty to a raft of criminal charges. He will know it and will be debating whether to hand himself in or await the knock on the door.
I hope the Judge, and it will be a Judge given the seriousness and the crook's almost certain lengthy criminal history, directs him to make reparations from his benefits upon his release.
What are the odds that this low life is in public housing and receiving all possible benefits from the very society he seeks to abuse?
"recidivist offender." Is that tautology?
[quote][p][bold]MiddleOfRoad[/bold] wrote: This crook is done and dusted. Obviously a recidivist offender who will be well known to both Police and Prison authorities and probably Social Services. It is just a matter of time before his collar is felt and he experiences deja vu when he steps into court to plead guilty to a raft of criminal charges. He will know it and will be debating whether to hand himself in or await the knock on the door. I hope the Judge, and it will be a Judge given the seriousness and the crook's almost certain lengthy criminal history, directs him to make reparations from his benefits upon his release. What are the odds that this low life is in public housing and receiving all possible benefits from the very society he seeks to abuse?[/p][/quote]"recidivist offender." Is that tautology? userds5050

8:53am Tue 5 Feb 13

There's Always Been Ethel says...

A new member of The Wet Bandits no doubt.
A new member of The Wet Bandits no doubt. There's Always Been Ethel

8:59am Tue 5 Feb 13

Tenderhearts wife says...

it would seem that Middleofroad actually knows who this person is or perhaps has a crystal ball or a good set of cards?
it would seem that Middleofroad actually knows who this person is or perhaps has a crystal ball or a good set of cards? Tenderhearts wife

9:03am Tue 5 Feb 13

userds5050 says...

10 Minute Man wrote:
is he on the phone in that picture ? video time stamp+cell phone records = additional link to the crime if the police will follow up that part of the evidence.

Leaving the taps on is the part which annoys me most ! Destructive idiocy not just greed thievery.
Better still take his prints off the safe. He's not wearing gloves in the video. Come on, if he's a recidivist as MOR puts it he'll be known to the police and there's no need to post the CCTV.
[quote][p][bold]10 Minute Man[/bold] wrote: is he on the phone in that picture ? video time stamp+cell phone records = additional link to the crime if the police will follow up that part of the evidence. Leaving the taps on is the part which annoys me most ! Destructive idiocy not just greed thievery.[/p][/quote]Better still take his prints off the safe. He's not wearing gloves in the video. Come on, if he's a recidivist as MOR puts it he'll be known to the police and there's no need to post the CCTV. userds5050

9:31am Tue 5 Feb 13

massimoosti says...

Inside job / informed............
.he entered the room and went straight to the safe as if he knew where it was beforehand.
Inside job / informed............ .he entered the room and went straight to the safe as if he knew where it was beforehand. massimoosti

12:12pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

MiddleOfRoad wrote:
This crook is done and dusted. Obviously a recidivist offender who will be well known to both Police and Prison authorities and probably Social Services.
It is just a matter of time before his collar is felt and he experiences deja vu when he steps into court to plead guilty to a raft of criminal charges. He will know it and will be debating whether to hand himself in or await the knock on the door.
I hope the Judge, and it will be a Judge given the seriousness and the crook's almost certain lengthy criminal history, directs him to make reparations from his benefits upon his release.
What are the odds that this low life is in public housing and receiving all possible benefits from the very society he seeks to abuse?
Until your moronic mention of public housing this post wasn't too bad. Fact is recidivists live in all types of accommodation and percentage wise is most likely to live in private rented, he did however commit the offence in a public house.
[quote][p][bold]MiddleOfRoad[/bold] wrote: This crook is done and dusted. Obviously a recidivist offender who will be well known to both Police and Prison authorities and probably Social Services. It is just a matter of time before his collar is felt and he experiences deja vu when he steps into court to plead guilty to a raft of criminal charges. He will know it and will be debating whether to hand himself in or await the knock on the door. I hope the Judge, and it will be a Judge given the seriousness and the crook's almost certain lengthy criminal history, directs him to make reparations from his benefits upon his release. What are the odds that this low life is in public housing and receiving all possible benefits from the very society he seeks to abuse?[/p][/quote]Until your moronic mention of public housing this post wasn't too bad. Fact is recidivists live in all types of accommodation and percentage wise is most likely to live in private rented, he did however commit the offence in a public house. Inform Al

1:31pm Tue 5 Feb 13

bigfella777 says...

He left the taps running into the box the money was in to wash the prints, not as stupid as he looks
He left the taps running into the box the money was in to wash the prints, not as stupid as he looks bigfella777

1:55pm Tue 5 Feb 13

tommmmy555 says...

Professional thieves don't need to know where the safe is, they already know where it will probably be. They enter a room, scan it quickly and take what they can, in this case he found a unlocked safe.

People like this will come into your house while you are in, nick all your stuff and be away before you notice.

Its all about them having the confidence to do it and being prepared to get lairy if confronted.

Hopefully this chap gets caught and gets a decent sentence.
Professional thieves don't need to know where the safe is, they already know where it will probably be. They enter a room, scan it quickly and take what they can, in this case he found a unlocked safe. People like this will come into your house while you are in, nick all your stuff and be away before you notice. Its all about them having the confidence to do it and being prepared to get lairy if confronted. Hopefully this chap gets caught and gets a decent sentence. tommmmy555

2:42pm Tue 5 Feb 13

ShakeyWiffles says...

Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments.
Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.
Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments. Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub. ShakeyWiffles

2:47pm Tue 5 Feb 13

tommmmy555 says...

ShakeyWiffles wrote:
Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments. Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.
Well said.
[quote][p][bold]ShakeyWiffles[/bold] wrote: Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments. Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.[/p][/quote]Well said. tommmmy555

7:03pm Tue 5 Feb 13

chrisja says...

If this was on Onslow road I'm guessing you won't need to look far!....
If this was on Onslow road I'm guessing you won't need to look far!.... chrisja

7:08pm Tue 5 Feb 13

mr pops says...

10 Minute Man wrote:
is he on the phone in that picture ? video time stamp+cell phone records = additional link to the crime if the police will follow up that part of the evidence.

Leaving the taps on is the part which annoys me most ! Destructive idiocy not just greed thievery.
Mabey the fool thought if I left the tap tuning it would wash his finger prints of the container
[quote][p][bold]10 Minute Man[/bold] wrote: is he on the phone in that picture ? video time stamp+cell phone records = additional link to the crime if the police will follow up that part of the evidence. Leaving the taps on is the part which annoys me most ! Destructive idiocy not just greed thievery.[/p][/quote]Mabey the fool thought if I left the tap tuning it would wash his finger prints of the container mr pops

7:10pm Tue 5 Feb 13

chrisja says...

Am I the only one here wondering what the hell the point is of having CCTV at all if that's the best picture you're going to get? We're now in an age where HD CCTV camer heads can be purchased for less than 50 quid, if these idiots would've spent just a tiny bit of that 5 grand on a better security system we wouldn't be wasting our time reading this story!!
Am I the only one here wondering what the hell the point is of having CCTV at all if that's the best picture you're going to get? We're now in an age where HD CCTV camer heads can be purchased for less than 50 quid, if these idiots would've spent just a tiny bit of that 5 grand on a better security system we wouldn't be wasting our time reading this story!! chrisja

7:34pm Tue 5 Feb 13

chunky_lover says...

pushamara wrote:
Why would you leave the safe open with 5k in it?!
Exactly.
[quote][p][bold]pushamara[/bold] wrote: Why would you leave the safe open with 5k in it?![/p][/quote]Exactly. chunky_lover

7:55pm Tue 5 Feb 13

J.P.M says...

I went in there when it was the bevois castle. There were a few dodgy ladies in there then.
I went in there when it was the bevois castle. There were a few dodgy ladies in there then. J.P.M

7:57pm Tue 5 Feb 13

Linesman says...

userds5050 wrote:
MiddleOfRoad wrote:
This crook is done and dusted. Obviously a recidivist offender who will be well known to both Police and Prison authorities and probably Social Services.
It is just a matter of time before his collar is felt and he experiences deja vu when he steps into court to plead guilty to a raft of criminal charges. He will know it and will be debating whether to hand himself in or await the knock on the door.
I hope the Judge, and it will be a Judge given the seriousness and the crook's almost certain lengthy criminal history, directs him to make reparations from his benefits upon his release.
What are the odds that this low life is in public housing and receiving all possible benefits from the very society he seeks to abuse?
"recidivist offender." Is that tautology?
Tautology?

Is that school teachers do?
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MiddleOfRoad[/bold] wrote: This crook is done and dusted. Obviously a recidivist offender who will be well known to both Police and Prison authorities and probably Social Services. It is just a matter of time before his collar is felt and he experiences deja vu when he steps into court to plead guilty to a raft of criminal charges. He will know it and will be debating whether to hand himself in or await the knock on the door. I hope the Judge, and it will be a Judge given the seriousness and the crook's almost certain lengthy criminal history, directs him to make reparations from his benefits upon his release. What are the odds that this low life is in public housing and receiving all possible benefits from the very society he seeks to abuse?[/p][/quote]"recidivist offender." Is that tautology?[/p][/quote]Tautology? Is that school teachers do? Linesman

8:55pm Tue 5 Feb 13

tommmmy555 says...

chrisja wrote:
Am I the only one here wondering what the hell the point is of having CCTV at all if that's the best picture you're going to get? We're now in an age where HD CCTV camer heads can be purchased for less than 50 quid, if these idiots would've spent just a tiny bit of that 5 grand on a better security system we wouldn't be wasting our time reading this story!!
Are you stupid or just wilfully ignorant?

There is a VIDEO further down the article of the thief... by watching that you can clearly see it is actually fairly high quality.

The picture is a screen grab of a moving object (his face) which has also been zoomed in on, therefore producing a not amazingly clear image.

Putting in HD cameras would require terabytes of storage a day. If the govenrment can't afford that - then how can a freehold pub?

Read the article and watch the video before spouting off ill advised and smart arse comments.
[quote][p][bold]chrisja[/bold] wrote: Am I the only one here wondering what the hell the point is of having CCTV at all if that's the best picture you're going to get? We're now in an age where HD CCTV camer heads can be purchased for less than 50 quid, if these idiots would've spent just a tiny bit of that 5 grand on a better security system we wouldn't be wasting our time reading this story!![/p][/quote]Are you stupid or just wilfully ignorant? There is a VIDEO further down the article of the thief... by watching that you can clearly see it is actually fairly high quality. The picture is a screen grab of a moving object (his face) which has also been zoomed in on, therefore producing a not amazingly clear image. Putting in HD cameras would require terabytes of storage a day. If the govenrment can't afford that - then how can a freehold pub? Read the article and watch the video before spouting off ill advised and smart arse comments. tommmmy555

9:08pm Tue 5 Feb 13

J.P.M says...

tommmmy555 wrote:
chrisja wrote:
Am I the only one here wondering what the hell the point is of having CCTV at all if that's the best picture you're going to get? We're now in an age where HD CCTV camer heads can be purchased for less than 50 quid, if these idiots would've spent just a tiny bit of that 5 grand on a better security system we wouldn't be wasting our time reading this story!!
Are you stupid or just wilfully ignorant?

There is a VIDEO further down the article of the thief... by watching that you can clearly see it is actually fairly high quality.

The picture is a screen grab of a moving object (his face) which has also been zoomed in on, therefore producing a not amazingly clear image.

Putting in HD cameras would require terabytes of storage a day. If the govenrment can't afford that - then how can a freehold pub?

Read the article and watch the video before spouting off ill advised and smart arse comments.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOhhhhhh
!!!
[quote][p][bold]tommmmy555[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chrisja[/bold] wrote: Am I the only one here wondering what the hell the point is of having CCTV at all if that's the best picture you're going to get? We're now in an age where HD CCTV camer heads can be purchased for less than 50 quid, if these idiots would've spent just a tiny bit of that 5 grand on a better security system we wouldn't be wasting our time reading this story!![/p][/quote]Are you stupid or just wilfully ignorant? There is a VIDEO further down the article of the thief... by watching that you can clearly see it is actually fairly high quality. The picture is a screen grab of a moving object (his face) which has also been zoomed in on, therefore producing a not amazingly clear image. Putting in HD cameras would require terabytes of storage a day. If the govenrment can't afford that - then how can a freehold pub? Read the article and watch the video before spouting off ill advised and smart arse comments.[/p][/quote]OOOOOOOOOOOOOOhhhhhh !!! J.P.M

9:18pm Tue 5 Feb 13

tommmmy555 says...

J.P.M wrote:
tommmmy555 wrote:
chrisja wrote:
Am I the only one here wondering what the hell the point is of having CCTV at all if that's the best picture you're going to get? We're now in an age where HD CCTV camer heads can be purchased for less than 50 quid, if these idiots would've spent just a tiny bit of that 5 grand on a better security system we wouldn't be wasting our time reading this story!!
Are you stupid or just wilfully ignorant?

There is a VIDEO further down the article of the thief... by watching that you can clearly see it is actually fairly high quality.

The picture is a screen grab of a moving object (his face) which has also been zoomed in on, therefore producing a not amazingly clear image.

Putting in HD cameras would require terabytes of storage a day. If the govenrment can't afford that - then how can a freehold pub?

Read the article and watch the video before spouting off ill advised and smart arse comments.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOhhhhhh

!!!
Yes? Did you wish to partake in some form of conversation? Or merely act like a imbecile?
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tommmmy555[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]chrisja[/bold] wrote: Am I the only one here wondering what the hell the point is of having CCTV at all if that's the best picture you're going to get? We're now in an age where HD CCTV camer heads can be purchased for less than 50 quid, if these idiots would've spent just a tiny bit of that 5 grand on a better security system we wouldn't be wasting our time reading this story!![/p][/quote]Are you stupid or just wilfully ignorant? There is a VIDEO further down the article of the thief... by watching that you can clearly see it is actually fairly high quality. The picture is a screen grab of a moving object (his face) which has also been zoomed in on, therefore producing a not amazingly clear image. Putting in HD cameras would require terabytes of storage a day. If the govenrment can't afford that - then how can a freehold pub? Read the article and watch the video before spouting off ill advised and smart arse comments.[/p][/quote]OOOOOOOOOOOOOOhhhhhh !!![/p][/quote]Yes? Did you wish to partake in some form of conversation? Or merely act like a imbecile? tommmmy555

9:36pm Tue 5 Feb 13

J.P.M says...

Tommie - when will you attend spelling classes?
Tommie - when will you attend spelling classes? J.P.M

9:44pm Tue 5 Feb 13

tommmmy555 says...

J.P.M wrote:
Tommie - when will you attend spelling classes?
I will assume this is aimed at myself, despite you spelling my username incorrectly.

I have no need to attend spelling classes my good sir. My command of the English language is entirely sufficient to converse with ill mannered oiks like yourself.

It would be nice if you would like to provide a comment that is actually relevant to the article rather than a thinly disguised attempt at trolling.

Have a pleasant evening.
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: Tommie - when will you attend spelling classes?[/p][/quote]I will assume this is aimed at myself, despite you spelling my username incorrectly. I have no need to attend spelling classes my good sir. My command of the English language is entirely sufficient to converse with ill mannered oiks like yourself. It would be nice if you would like to provide a comment that is actually relevant to the article rather than a thinly disguised attempt at trolling. Have a pleasant evening. tommmmy555

9:47pm Tue 5 Feb 13

userds5050 says...

ShakeyWiffles wrote:
Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments.
Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.
We can condemn whoever we want thank you very much. Also, most of us were drinking in "The Rockstone" long before it was called that.
[quote][p][bold]ShakeyWiffles[/bold] wrote: Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments. Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.[/p][/quote]We can condemn whoever we want thank you very much. Also, most of us were drinking in "The Rockstone" long before it was called that. userds5050

8:03am Wed 6 Feb 13

Munchausen says...

We are all used to see HD content @ ~26GB/120min, but this is with basic compression. A single "raw" BMP frame is close to 8MB, the image 24 per seconds for 120minutes ... between 1 and 1.5TB.
We are all used to see HD content @ ~26GB/120min, but this is with basic compression. A single "raw" BMP frame is close to 8MB, the image 24 per seconds for 120minutes ... between 1 and 1.5TB. Munchausen

8:09am Wed 6 Feb 13

Norwegian Saint says...

Got to say, this does sound dodgy.
Makes me think of the fire at the pub in Lymington and we know how that turned out.
Something is afoot... and it's not twelve inches!
Got to say, this does sound dodgy. Makes me think of the fire at the pub in Lymington and we know how that turned out. Something is afoot... and it's not twelve inches! Norwegian Saint

1:12pm Wed 6 Feb 13

kingnotail says...

userds5050 wrote:
ShakeyWiffles wrote:
Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments.
Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.
We can condemn whoever we want thank you very much. Also, most of us were drinking in "The Rockstone" long before it was called that.
You mean before the new owners turned it from just another backwards stuck-in-the-1970s Southampton dive into somewhere actually quite nice?
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ShakeyWiffles[/bold] wrote: Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments. Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.[/p][/quote]We can condemn whoever we want thank you very much. Also, most of us were drinking in "The Rockstone" long before it was called that.[/p][/quote]You mean before the new owners turned it from just another backwards stuck-in-the-1970s Southampton dive into somewhere actually quite nice? kingnotail

3:56pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Jojo12 says...

Inside job?
Inside job? Jojo12

9:09pm Wed 6 Feb 13

userds5050 says...

kingnotail wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
ShakeyWiffles wrote:
Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments.
Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.
We can condemn whoever we want thank you very much. Also, most of us were drinking in "The Rockstone" long before it was called that.
You mean before the new owners turned it from just another backwards stuck-in-the-1970s Southampton dive into somewhere actually quite nice?
Yeah, cos it gets so busy in there a customer slips upstairs, cleans the safe out, floods the place and no notices...
[quote][p][bold]kingnotail[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ShakeyWiffles[/bold] wrote: Love how you all seem to have opinions on how this happened! Just face it, you know nothing hence why this article was posted. Not for you to condemn the actions of people involved. Also, you've obviously never been inside the Rockstone judging by half of these comments. Good luck to Max and Aimee getting justice on this! I know all too badly what it's like having a crime committed in your pub.[/p][/quote]We can condemn whoever we want thank you very much. Also, most of us were drinking in "The Rockstone" long before it was called that.[/p][/quote]You mean before the new owners turned it from just another backwards stuck-in-the-1970s Southampton dive into somewhere actually quite nice?[/p][/quote]Yeah, cos it gets so busy in there a customer slips upstairs, cleans the safe out, floods the place and no notices... userds5050

11:53pm Wed 6 Feb 13

wake up says...

when is a safe not a safe ?
when is a safe not a safe ? wake up

3:10pm Thu 7 Feb 13

simaster says...

wake up wrote:
when is a safe not a safe ?
when its a jar ;o)
[quote][p][bold]wake up[/bold] wrote: when is a safe not a safe ?[/p][/quote]when its a jar ;o) simaster

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