"10 days notice and bye bye" This is retaliation by the landlord for tenant exercising their rights. The tenant has every right to expect compensation for a known danger that the landlord has knowledge of and has failed to remedy.
Problem is, this is not a "known danger" since it is not the exclusive source of potential tire-flattening screws or nails in this case. It is equally likely that the tenant has driven past or over a construction site or a new building and he has encountered the damaging item there. There's simply no evidence which eliminates other sources or restricts the possibilities to this one source.