Come on then chaps, you must have seen some good wind ups in your time. Did you have the facility to take out a "contract" on someone who had p1ssed you off? On one of the boats i was on, three cans of McEwans on the TG Tiff's toolbox and the name of the victim was enough to see them sorted out. Two in particular spring to mind. 1. A certain senior rate had upset one of the JRs and the required 3 cans of beer were left. Knowing that we were due to parade in No1s at our next run ashore the TG Tiffs injected battery acide into the seams of the victim's bezzy suit so, when he got dressed for the parade the suit fell aprt into its component bits around him on the deck. 2. The skipper insisted on a church service every Sunday and would sound the general alarm before the broadcast announcing the service. He also had a "band" consisting of a trumpet a cornet and a trombone play at the servixe which kep the whole crew awake during church. Again the three cans of beer were left on the toolbox and all of the instruments were systematically squashed flat in the donk shop vice and placed neatly back into their cases. No more band! What wind ups and pay backs have you seen in your time?