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Monday, 5 April 2010

New TVL Billboard Poster

Kind of anyway...

Full credit to Yorkie Bar from the TV Licensing Resistance forums for this absolute gem of a piss take.

Behold Mark Thompson, BBC Director General, sitting on the bonnet of an Audi Quattro in the style of Gene Hunt from cult TV show Ashes to Ashes. He's clutching the same green dildo-type portable "tv detector" that has featured so prominently in previous TVL propaganda.

The message "fire up the Quattro Val" is in reference to TVL's famous Val Smith, who has such flair for writing threatening letters to non-TV users. She also has a different signature for every day of the week!

In case you hadn't spotted the similarity the design was inspired by New Labour's (unfortunate) attempt at a recent campaign poster.

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