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Atlas_Shrugged
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Ocean Springs, MS
Member since May 2022
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re: PA14 kayak fell off of truck….Need help locating the people who picked it up
That’s a very good question…I’d love to see how it plays out. It sucks for ole boy that lost it.
This post was edited on 7/2 at 2:14 pm


SurfOrYak
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BR/MsDelta
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I suspect this will end up well for both both parties…
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weadjust
Member since Aug 2012
13394 posts

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Is this considered stolen or just found? Weird situation.


conversion
n. a civil wrong (tort) in which one converts another's property to his/her own use, which is a fancy way of saying "steals." Conversion includes treating another's goods as one's own, holding onto such property which accidentally comes into the convertor's (taker's) hands, or purposely giving the impression the assets belong to him/her. This gives the true owner the right to sue for his/her own property


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keakar
Member since Jan 2017
23130 posts

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Saw this. Is this considered stolen or just found? Weird situation.



according to law, anything found that has something to identify the owner is lost property and you cant keep it or you stole it. same rules apply to losing your wallet.

now if there is nothing with your name on it and no registration or identifying marks then its found and finders keepers its yours


lsuson
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2013
10086 posts

The kayak has a vin number and owner has said number in his possession plus hobie has a record of the number.


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LEASTBAY
Member since Aug 2007
12173 posts

That's what I figured. I would have found the owner asap but you know how shitty people are.


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awestruck
Auburn Fan
Member since Jan 2015
9532 posts

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I enjoy seeing your glass house. Carry on
Been carry boats for 43 years and never lost one.

Hint: Learn what a painter is, cross tie twice, and throw those sissy arse straps n'buckles away.


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djangochained
LSU Fan
Gardere
Member since Jul 2013
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I saw them yesterday heading on the bridge to fouchon

They had traffic backed up for miles going 20 on the elevated bridge


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AutoYes_Clown
USA Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Oct 2012
4757 posts

FWIW, I always tie on a safety teather to each kayak I tie down. Its independant to straps and uses separate mounting location both truck/trailer and kayak. Overkill Im sure, but I havent lost one yet. Ive been with others that will only use a single Harbor Freight ratchet strap on their PA14.

Where are pics of Amber?



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YOURADHERE
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“It belongs to the person that found it, it’s roadside trash”
-Grand Isle locals


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tigerfoot
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Alexandria
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I don’t think that guy is wearing a seatbelt


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tadman
Chicago Cubs Fan
NOLA
Member since Jun 2020
1788 posts

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How can you drive over 60 miles and not notice you lost your load? It crap like this that make the roads unsafe especially at night.


I saw a bedliner fly out of an older pickup on I-10 once, he kept on going for miles. It happenes.


canyon
Colorado Fan
Member since Dec 2003
15281 posts

Well to be fair those bedliners are shite and he prolly wanted it gone.


weadjust
Member since Aug 2012
13394 posts

We need an update! It's been over 24 hours and we need some closure
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dstone12
USA Fan
Texan
Member since Jan 2007
23285 posts

Here’s an update.



Don’t use harbor freight straps on a $2000 kayak.


Brisketeer
Oklahoma Fan
Texas
Member since Aug 2013
1269 posts

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$2000 kayak


Double that for a new one.


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zx24
LSU Fan
Mandeville
Member since May 2014
442 posts

Here is the latest update from the guy who lost the kayak.

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Well I have tried to contact the owner of vehicle with no avail. I have going to the registered owners address and left messages nothing. The owner of property owns a local business so I left business address an email. Still nothing. I will give them a few days to respond before I blast the information. They seem to be good people and do not want to harm anyone. I just want my yak back. It does ya e a serial number and if I pressed it could be a criminal offense but I’ll wait and see.


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TheDrunkenTigah
Syracuse Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2011
16687 posts

Pretty chicken shite if he gets the cops involved when he’s the one that dropped a 14 foot fricking boat in a roadway. He should be thanking his lucky stars that multiple insurance companies aren’t playing rock paper scissors to see who gets his 401k, or worse.


lsuson
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2013
10086 posts

Bull shite. You have to be scum to keep that kayak if it isn't yours.


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