When the cops call, the nutriments are here
CAMARON RIDLEY, NSW: There is an Australian slang term for someone who wants to blow up a house and get away with it, but in NSW it is called a nutrimence.
It means an act of violence by someone with a motive, someone who is intent on destroying property or inflicting damage, and often has a criminal record.
Rioters in Sydney have also turned to a weapon that the locals have come to recognise as a weapon of war, namely the homemade catapult.
There is a large number of people who have the weapon in Sydney, and there are some people who use it as a form of intimidation.
It is also used as a way of expressing anger, frustration and hostility.
In the early 1900s, when it was a relatively small community, people were often more likely to take out a large catapult and use it to storm homes, with people firing off a volley at the house in an attempt to cause damage.
They would then leave with the catapult, knowing that they had done what they were supposed to do.
A large number have been found in Sydney.
One was found on the streets of Kings Cross in 2010, after police caught a man with a large metal pole.
Another was found in the town of Wollongong in 2014, after a man had smashed his car into a house.
He was arrested on suspicion of throwing a projectile at a house, before being charged with aggravated damage and possessing a dangerous weapon.
After a police search, the catapult was found, and the man was charged with possession of a dangerous weapons.
The catapult is commonly used to fire projectiles into houses and other buildings.
It has been used as an intimidation tool for generations, with many families resorting to throwing it at people to get them to leave.
“It’s very simple to understand how to use it,” one neighbour told the ABC’s Insiders program, describing how people have been throwing the catapult at their neighbours, with the aim of getting them to break their homes apart.
Some of the older residents have had to use a catapult for protection.
But the new tool has also been criticised for being an intimidating weapon, and being used by people who are not known for their community policing skills.
One neighbour said the catapult had caused damage to her neighbour’s home, while another said it had caused him more anxiety.
What do the residents think?
It’s a bit scary.
Some people are very upset, and are looking for answers, and we’re not sure why it’s happening.
It’s a lot of people coming together.
But it’s not just us.
We’ve had a lot more people coming to us, who don’t know the history, who haven’t been there in a long time.
We’ve had people who’ve never been there, and they’re just starting to come to us.
If we can find out who these people are, it will be really important for us to find them and get them back into their communities.
I’m really sorry for your loss, but we need to find out what’s happening to the catapult.
How do we find out?
If you live in an area where there are a lot who are angry, and a lot that are upset about something happening, we can look at what’s happened to the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ crime statistics.
We can see what is going on in the community.
What are the stats?
The ABS collects data on incidents of crime.
It reports statistics for the year in which it was collected.
From those figures, we could look at the people who were involved in the incident.
It could also look at people who weren’t involved, or who were a victim of a crime but weren’t part of the incident, or it could look into people who had been involved in an incident, but weren�t part of it.
Who are the people responsible?
They can be a family member, a neighbour, a person who is homeless, or someone else.
What we know about them is that they were likely to have been there before.
They may have been in the area a long period of time.
They can also be involved in other activities, like gambling, drugs, alcohol or prostitution.
How can we track them?
There are several ways to do that.
The most reliable is to go to Crime Stoppers and call 1800 333 000.
Alternatively, Crime Stokers can go to the police station and record their details.
They have also recorded information on Crime Stickers in the past.
How many crimes do they report?
Police do not always have a lot to go on, and crime statistics do not include all crimes.
There are many factors that go into determining how many crimes police report, including whether the crime involved was a minor offence, a serious offence or an offence that has