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    Quote Originally Posted by Contigo View Post
    Did you even read my comment?

    No Phil. I must have missed it when scanning the thread. Either that or i have gone Manc type blind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spkennyuk View Post
    No Phil. I must have missed it when scanning the thread. Either that or i have gone Manc type blind.
    Have you got an ignore button? If so, can you share it?

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    Seriously though, the owner must have been a muppet!


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    Quote Originally Posted by alfatwo View Post
    Seriously though, the owner must have been a muppet!


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    A tad harsh? We don't really know the facts, just the outcome.
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    As said before you can pretty much guarantee the water level was much lower when he/she entered the water. If this has been one in a line of cars making their way through what appeared to be a shallow puddle then its easy to see how the other cars would clear it ok and the GS didnt. The handbrake being put on by the owner also suggests the water level was much lower when they vacated the vehicle.

    It doesnt really make the owner a muppet when we can only speculate on the circumstances leading up to the picture and clearly some time has passed in between the incident and the picture being taken.

    A picture can speak a 1000 words but 999 could well be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spkennyuk View Post
    As said before you can pretty much guarantee the water level was much lower when he/she entered the water. If this has been one in a line of cars making their way through what appeared to be a shallow puddle then its easy to see how the other cars would clear it ok and the GS didnt. The handbrake being put on by the owner also suggests the water level was much lower when they vacated the vehicle.

    It doesnt really make the owner a muppet when we can only speculate on the circumstances leading up to the picture and clearly some time has passed in between the incident and the picture being taken.

    A picture can speak a 1000 words but 999 could well be wrong.
    Good point well made......

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