So Friday night I hit a junkie attempting to cross the road on Johnston Street in Abbotsford just past the Hoddle Street intersection heading towards Kew. The arsehole was high and managed to pick himself up and flee the scene. Chased him all the way to (surprise, surprise) the Collingwood housing commission flats. Luckily the security guard wouldn't let him in when I explained what had happened. Soon after the police arrived (I had rung them on the way) and they got his details off of him for me. On the chase back to his place I unsuccessfully attempted to get a picture of his face as shown below. Once we got to the commission flats though I convinced him I'd let him leave (hah, as if) if I got his picture and he finally showed his face. He even stood stood still for me when the first shot didn't come out clearly, ahahaha. I won't show that picture until things get resolved though so the below pic will have to do. With his details sorted the police took me back to the scene of the crash to inspect the damage. One thing I hadn't noticed up until this point was that I had paint all over my riding jacket, helmet and face from the a plastic bag filled with paint that the arsehole was using to chrome. Tried getting it out last night but it doesn't want to come out. Hopefully insurance covers this as it is 'motorcycle specific clothing'. The other major damage was from the parked car I sideswiped trying to avoid the junkie arsehole. Yeah, I hadn't mentioned that yet. After knocking the guy over I ran into the side of a Tarago scraping it's side and taking out it's mirror with my shoulder (f'king ouch). I did manage to stay upright and park the bike properly though, which is lucky. Later I noticed the visor of my helmet had come loose so I must given the Tarago a good wack with my head as well. On my bike the the left foot peg had broken off and the gear lever was bent so as to make the bike unridable. Besides this from what I can tell the left indicator will need replacing, the handlebar is bent and there is some fairing scratches. Luckily I was able to wheel it a couple of hundred meters down the road to a clients factory where it is parked at the moment. No pics of the bike just yet. Just forgot about these in the heat of the moment, doh! So all in all I guess I was lucky to scrub off enough speed to as to not kill the bloke, and still manage to stay upright after hitting the Tarago. I also unfortunately didn't have my GoPro HD mounted that night which I am spewing about. Remember fellas bike cams are only useful if you remember to always have it recording. Anyway, anyone know somewhere close to Abbotsford that they can recommend to get a repair quote done? Anyone want to have a guess as to the damage to the bike with the provided info? It's a little Honda CBR125R by the way. Cheers fellas.