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Saturday, 10 October 2009

Who's Calling Please?

Another stunning insight into the exciting life of the TV Licensing Enforcement Officer has appeared on YouTube courtesy of Liam O'Brien.

He allowed the rodent-like TV Licensing employee access to his property and stood armed with a camera to capture the imminent exchange.

It was rather a damp squib actually. Liam managed to elucidate the fact that this vermin was indeed from TV Licensing, but the presence of a camera threw the mustachioed creature off guard and he quickly recoiled like a slug being sprinkled with salt.

Here's Liam's movie:



These short movies are gold dust. If you have any movies or images of TV Licensing people at work please send them our way (email addy in sidebar).

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