vandalism

Indestructible Marker Keeps You Vandalising Through The Apocalypse

Just because the world as we know it has come to an end doesn’t mean that people won’t want to read an amusing limerick written on a bathroom stall. This Pocket Shark Tactical Marker is guaranteed to survive almost anything — from a Mad Max-style dystopia, to even a zombie uprising. Let’s see your Sharpie do that.


Nerdy Street Art Uses Computer Messages To Poke Fun At People

Street artist Jilly Ballistic has been sneakily putting up computer nerd jokes as street art across New York City with hilarious results. Awful movies have been overlaid with a ‘move to trash’ or ‘low expectation warning’, while other advertisements get adorned with different computer system alerts.


Graffiti Identification System Could Reveal Gang Behind Tag

Graffiti isn’t always used to spruce up abandoned homes, freeway overpasses or trains. Sometimes it’s used by gangs to mark their territory or communicate about illicit activities.


Aussie Pranksters Vandalise Google Street View Camera

The New Zealand Google Maps penis vandals have been one-upped! Their phallic defacement was visible via satellite, yes, but these Australian pranksters drew a dick on a Street View camera lens, superimposing a penis over all of reality.


German Pro-Google Zealots Hurl Eggs At Homes That Opted Out Of Street View

How much do you love Street View? How much do you hate privacy? Enough to get riled up and smash some eggs against the homes of those who asked for their houses to be blurred? Book a flight to Deutschland!


Security Video Of The Violent Chicken McNugget Rampage Incident

Melodi Dushane, 25, pulled up to a Toledo-area McDonald’s at 6.30am on New Year’s Day demanding McNuggets. Told of McDonald’s breakfast-lunch barrier, Dushane tried to order a side of McWhoopAss instead. Here’s the just-released crazy video.


Greenpeace Scales HP Headquarters To Finger Paint Roof In Protest

If you happen to be flying over the city of San Francisco, HP headquarters will be easy to spot. It will be the building with the words “Hazardous Products” finger painted on the roof.


Fire Tagging Makes Graffiti a Bit More Dangerous

Graffiti is cool, I guess. But graffiti that’s been lit on fire before the paint drys? OK, now you have my attention.


AT&T Putting Up $100,000 Reward For Cable Cutting Vandals

AT&T has announced a $US100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the saboteurs that recently cut fibre optic cable in the San Jose region.


Vandals Cut AT&T Fibre Optic Lines In San Jose Affecting Thousands

Police in San Jose are investigating two incidents involving severed AT&T and Sprint fibre optic cable that knocked out landline, mobile and internet service to thousands of Silicon Valley residents.