Monday, July 8, 2019

See? This is why you need a fenced perimeter!

This weekened in Merlo, Buenos Aires. A 19 Year old burglar tried to jump the fence and got caught. He cried for help and woke up the home owners.

This kind of thing happens fairly often. Back in the day, in my old neigborhood a couple came back home one night to find a dead burglar hanging from their fence, bled out.

Some time  before that, a tragic story was somewhat similar, but this time the couple came back home to find their own son dead. He forgot his keys, tried to jump into the house and got caught.
Anyway, fences just work. Keep in mind though that they are no joke.


Fernando “FerFAL” Aguirre is the author of “The Modern Survival Manual: Surviving the Economic Collapse” and “Bugging Out and Relocating: When Staying is not an Option”


Ken and Deb said...

Interesting timing. This just happened close to where my daughter lives. Ken

Brow Furrowed said...

When I was a boy the local park in my road had a green painted spiked metal fence, not unlike the one in the photo, around it's whole perimeter. I must've climbed that fence around 200 time and maybe a few times got snagged, but managed find a way over. I think being sober and agile helps.

Emmanuel said...

Sorry for the stupid question, but why is it hard to use your arm to pull up the fence, then cross it one leg at a time ?

No razor wire, no electricity, should be somewhat easy to cross for a cautious and moderately in-shape man