Category Archives: Inanimate objects

Another attack by an inanimate object

I’ve written before about bollards causing trouble for motorists; it seems they are still up to their dirty tricks. A van mounted a bollard in Horsham town centre this morning (Thursday) and had to be removed by a motoring assistance … Continue reading

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The revenge of the inanimate object

Last year I wrote about the mysterious case of a bollard in Wimbledon that had the temerity to make drivers crash into it. Almost unbelievably, the council had placed a bollard in a position where drivers cutting the corner, driving … Continue reading

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Inanimate object strikes again

This post is rather supplementary to my previous one, as it provides another instance of an inanimate object being party to a collision – indeed, in this case, it even appears to be responsible. Bollard to blame for recent Wimbledon … Continue reading

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