First of all I want to state a couple things to avoid confusion, feel free to skip ahead but please no negative comments until you've read this; you can find the original post “here” - secondly, even though this is a story, I'm still requesting assistance if possible, including photos and a brief summary with my attempt, so I believe it does belong in this devision of the forums, if not, feel free to move it (if possible) or let me know. Let's begin. It was roughly 3 PM, I'm sitting at a friends house shortly after awaking on a farm, and we decide to head to the corner shop. he owns a fair chunk of property, so we can legally take the bike almost all the way, and before any questions, he also has a long stretch of smooth road that was added to the property a few months ago, after purchasing a low car on a farm, it was what he needed to get the road put in; of course, the bike wouldn't start, which was no surprise as it hasn't been able to for a few months due to a flat battery, so I tried to bump/push start it; almost an hour and a half later, I still haven't been able to do it myself, it seems to start briefly, and then turn off, I know it's something I'm doing wrong, maybe not enough speed; being incredibly unfit, and small, I nearly pass out, and decide to take a long rest; during my rest, the local police arrive (as we've made it onto public roads, trying to push start it on a small hill) some-one has given them a call and said that there is a teenager who has stolen a motorcycle (me, and my own bike) which kind of is a genuine concern, I mean, I would worry too if I saw some-one running down a street with a motorcycle in a hurry, the police officer has asked for proof of ownership, which luckily I have in my bag, by now my friend has given up and went home, as I have finally had enough and given up too, I begin to push it home, this time, up hill, the dehydration by now is intense, upon finally getting it home, I tell myself I've had enough, the battery is coming out! - I scramble around the house, looking under the couch for the hex-keys I need, and surely enough, I find one that fits, the only one in the house after months of looking, I lift the backseat up, and unscrew the bolt that gains access to the front seat, and I'm greeted by a whole bunch of wires, I see no visible way of removing the battery safely with zero knowledge, I can't youtube it, as my internet is borderline capped, and the sun is setting, after fiddling around for a few minutes, I diside to call it a day, and put the tools back in the pouch, along with my keys (I know, I wasn't thinking) and put it under the seat, and shut it. Straight away, after I bang it down, I realise the keys for the bike shouldn't be under the seat. UNDER THE SEAT. by now, I can feel my blood vessels popping in anger from my own stupidity, luckily I hadn't put the front seat back on, and retrieved my keys. Unfortunately it's quite an odd-end to the story, but that's it; what a terrible afternoon of fixing, but I've gained some knowledge, like take water when you have a flat battery, and cannot properly push start the bike, even though you've done it at least 10 times previously. If you actually took your time to read this, and for that, if you did, I thank you.