The good news is some kindly Samaritan might buy them and return them to me. Like this guy did:
WHEN he went for a walk to the shop on Saturday night, Mikey Robinson wasn’t planning on becoming a good Samaritan.
But that’s exactly what happened when he turned a criminal act into a heartwarming story.
Mr Robinson, 37, from the Melbourne suburb of Collingwood, was walking home from the shops after buying milk when he was approached by “two really seedy dudes” wheeling a shiny, yellow bicycle.
The men stopped Mr Robinson and asked whether he wanted to buy the bike for $70.
Mr Robinson, who owns his own bicycle, immediately thought the bike had been stolen “from someone who had put a lot of love into it”.
“I thought maybe if I bought it I could put it on the internet, I could find its owner,” he said. “It just seemed like the right thing to do.”
Read more: http://www.news.com.au/national-news/hello-i-bought-this-bike-from-a-junkie-tonight-is-it-yours8217/story-fncynjr2-1226669592468#ixzz2XGZJERI9
Probably he shouldn’t leave his bike outside a pub. And he wouldn’t need to if he had this bike: