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riath

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Doesn’t seem to be any pellets in it.
We’re gonna eat well tonight!
 

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Our flat is above an office which is empty now due to the lockdown. The alarm goes off about ten times a day, often during the middle of the night. It’s really disruptive. I’ve contacted my letting agency who say they can’t do anything. Anything I can do without knowing who the tenants are?
 

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Our flat is above an office which is empty now due to the lockdown. The alarm goes off about ten times a day, often during the middle of the night. It’s really disruptive. I’ve contacted my letting agency who say they can’t do anything. Anything I can do without knowing who the tenants are?
Stick a balaclava/gloves/etc. on, head down there whilst making sure to avoid any cameras on the way, bust door down, smash fuck out of alarm, smash some other shit in there and possibly steal money or something so that it doesn't look like someone just broke in to smash the alarm, make your escape, job done. Be sure not to display anything taken openly as someone will be knocking on your door to ask about it. Have story ready of what you were doing at that time, if you heard any noise from the break-in etc. Might even be helpful if you phone in the break-in yourself right after you do it.
 

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Stick a balaclava/gloves/etc. on, head down there whilst making sure to avoid any cameras on the way, bust door down, smash fuck out of alarm, smash some other shit in there and possibly steal money or something so that it doesn't look like someone just broke in to smash the alarm, make your escape, job done. Be sure not to display anything taken openly as someone will be knocking on your door to ask about it. Have story ready of what you were doing at that time, if you heard any noise from the break-in etc. Might even be helpful if you phone in the break-in yourself right after you do it.
This is what I was thinking
 

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Accidentally did the FIRE NOODLE CHALLENGE on lunch. Ordered the wrong ramen from the Asia Market, and ended up with the 2x Fire Noodles. BLEW MY HEAD OFF and didn't even get a video clip to prove how hard I am.
 

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Stick a balaclava/gloves/etc. on, head down there whilst making sure to avoid any cameras on the way, bust door down, smash fuck out of alarm, smash some other shit in there and possibly steal money or something so that it doesn't look like someone just broke in to smash the alarm, make your escape, job done. Be sure not to display anything taken openly as someone will be knocking on your door to ask about it. Have story ready of what you were doing at that time, if you heard any noise from the break-in etc. Might even be helpful if you phone in the break-in yourself right after you do it.
that’s great and all but those alarms have external sirens that are self powered and often will continue to ring if tampered with
 

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