Evil vandals put "cyclist traps" on paths that run through a popular Sydney park
- Police warned residents and cyclists to be vigilant in West Sydney Parklands
- A & # 39; thread drop & # 39; was found tied between two trees in more than one walkway
- The popular area consists of more than 60 km of hiking trails and paths
Cyclists have been warned to drive carefully after cruel vandals have placed thread traps in parks.
Blacktown Police Area Command warned residents to be careful in the West Sydney Parklands, specifically around Power Street and Knox Road.
& # 39; Be careful after an incident where a piece of wire was recently placed between 2 trees along a walkway and across a walkway & # 39;
& # 39; A lot of vandalism has also occurred in the Parklands. & # 39;
Cyclists have been warned to drive carefully after cruel vandals have placed thread traps in the park (photo)
The wire was found tied between two trees, but fortunately was discovered before someone was injured.
The announcement furiously prompted a number of Facebook users.
& # 39; Many idiots out there, & # 39; wrote a user.
& # 39; Why do people have to ruin fun things? The Parklands is the most beautiful place that Blacktown has. It is the most relaxing and safe place to walk. I can't even understand what kind of joy it is that these people are doing things like this, & another one added.
West Sydney Parklands has more than 60 kilometers of trails and trails for walking, running and some are suitable for cycling.
If you see any damage, contact the office of the Western Sydney Parklands during office hours on (02) 9895 7500.
West Sydney Parklands has more than 60 kilometers of trails and trails for walking, running and some are suitable for cycling. (photo)
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