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Well i have recently moved to Banbury... just settled in... looking for work... the usual.

 

Went shopping today and was stopped by a chap who said to me

"Hello there sir, you look like the sort of chap that would look darn smashing in some of these clothes"

 

and in Banburian....

 

"yo bruv, u wana buy sum fresh designa gear? u'd look da rubbish"

 

Anyway... i thought i would look at some of the merchandise... and... its looked ok... i didnt buy any... but still it looked good...

we got chatting and in the end i found out it was "hot", in other words.... back of a lorry job.... stolen...

not that this matters to me, if im provided with a £70 polo for £10 ...

 

Now i know i shouldnt buy any, its illegal but my question is... would anyone here... "hypothetically" buy 'hot' designer good?

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I certainly wouldn't off a random in the street like you have suggested, infact i wouldn't give such a person the time of day as I wouldn't want to be seen with them, you never know who's watching. I might however buy such goods off a more trusted person/friend, friend of friend depending on the situation and what the goods were. i wouldn't buy a 2nd hand phone that was clearly stolen from someone, but I might if it was "off the back of a lorry" still in the box sorta thing.
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I also wouldn't buy off a stranger in the street would be too paranoid that it was an undercover cop. Although if it was a mate or a mates mate then damn right, clothes how can you prove they are stolen? anything with a serial no can be dodgy but would still consider it. But as mentioned above if it was stolen from someone then no (probably).

 

At the end of the day 95% od people would, its the same as shopping around for cheaper _____ (fill in the blank) Isn't it?

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Makes me laugh... Your all saying you would buy etc but when dutchkev pulled up for selling knocked off gear everyone took the moral high ground.

 

 

whats he selling, im interested

 

The thing to be careful of where clothes are concerned they may well say they are knock offs but 9 times out of 10 they are also fakes

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I have, and always will buy this stuff. Why pay top price when you can get it 80% off? Had a guy that was selling designer polos, shirts and trainers out a van...said it was 'old eBay stock' i said i didnt care £20 for brand new trainers worth over £100 yes please! Never saw him again haha

 

 

 

 

I think it says somewhere in the bible thats its illegal to handle stolen goods. And as a good Sikh I strive to abide by it.

 

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