I attend a college that shares a carpark with several corporate offices. We turned up as one of the first to move into the building (the college I mean) and hence used the car spaces in the undercover carpark. Soon enough we got a heap of stickers and notices saying we'd be towed, the college was yelled at by the body corporate and now all the BMW/Merc driving *#$&*heads get pissy when we park in there. Anyway, because I ride a bike, I tend to slot into a spot that is not a car space, or a walkway... it's just a metre wide spot at the edge of the carpark that goes 100% unused except for me on wednesdays and thursdays. Well today I come out to find my bike facing the opposite direction to which I left it. Very very annoyed, I get on, and fire her up. I nip out, round the roundabout then pull over to wait for college mates to go to lunch with. All of a sudden the bike coughs, splutters and then dies. I cannot, for the life of me or the three guys I had with me, start it via the key or pushstarting. I eventually damn near run the battery dead for trying. Takes me nearly 40 minutes to realise the bike had not only been turned around, but also the fuel line had been switched OFF (not to reserve, but OFF) so the fuel in the lines got me just up the road and then the engine died. On top of this, the emergency stop trigger had been hit. I'm only new to riding and bikes, so it took a while to figure all this out. Flicked them all back on again and wham, pushstarted in 1 go. Is this a common thing? Do people mess with your shit when you're not attending it? The issue I have is that JUST around the corner is a merging lane into an 80km zone, if I hadn't stopped to wait, I would have run out of fuel trying to merge into that (often quite crabby) traffic and had a fair chance of crashing/being hit. I just want to say to the person who did it... Try it again, because I will be watching from the bushes with kevlar studded knuckles waiting for you, jackass.