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MOTORCYCLES ON THE BACKGROUND OF THE SAINT MARTIN CANAL, PARIS

25 mayo, 2021
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MOTORCYCLES ON THE BACKGROUND OF THE SAINT MARTIN CANAL, PARIS

Undoubtedly one of the most unfortunate uses that humans have given a motorcycle is to serve as a transport vehicle to facilitate any criminal action, (currently something very recurrent), the worst of the case is that many of the times The motorcycles with which they help themselves to commit their misdeeds are stolen motorcycles, which after misuse are usually abandoned on the outskirts of secularism, garbage dumps, or as is the case of the note that we found last January, where talks about the surprising discovery of several motorcycles at the bottom of the Canal Saint-Martin in Paris.

The Saint-Martin canal, a waterway created in the 19th century, (1825 and inaugurated by Napoleon himself), which is located in the center of the French capital, was drained by a group of municipal workers, this for the first time for 15 years to remain intact. When the workers carried out the arduous task they were surprised to find, in addition to bottles of beer and wine, in their underworld, several motorcycles, bicycles and even a weapon.

The Paris police have communicated that the vast majority of the scooters and motorcycles that have appeared had not only been stolen in their day, but that they were vehicles used by the thieves to commit a crime and, once the vehicles served to their not noble work, they were sent to the bottom of the canal. The police also say that it is a common method, which works better for thieves than simply leaving the vehicle, since in this way their tracks are erased.

Unfortunately the situation from the point of view that we see it, a real sadness that motorcycles are used for such a bad end.

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