This is Justin Bombardier from Attleboro.
He’s into bathroom selfies, the n word, public airing of his disputes with the baby momma, and grappling with other men in speedos.
And by the looks of his recent Facebook post soliciting someone to smash into his car for the purposes of insurance fraud, it looks like he’s been kicked in the head one too many times:
Too bad DM’s aren’t a thing that exist on Facebook. Definitely smart to do this on your page where everyone can see it. If only there were a way to do this privately.
And if you’re gonna hire someone to smash your car up as part of an insurance scheme, this is definitely the guy you call.
He accepts payment in the form of cash, food stamps, and bottles of LA Looks Level 10.
Gotta love the totally not joking reassurance that he wasn’t being set up to destroy Justin’s baby momma’s car, because he definitely knew that was a distinct possibility.
Then came the question of when payment would be completed…..
Bro, do you even insurance fraud? You don’t pay someone until AFTER the insurance check comes in. That’s just common sense.
Here’s the best part – Connor McBootlegger here has been arrested before for….you guessed it – malicious destruction of a car:
Another man, Justin Bombardier, 22, of 655 North Main St. in Mansfield, was charged with malicious damage to property for allegedly damaging Fennell’s vehicle after the incident, according to police.
Bruh, just do it yourself. Just don’t do it in front of a bunch of people this time.
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