This TV Licensing goon obviously doesn't believe in a covert approach, judging by the colour of his jacket.
If I was a suspicious sort of chap I might think he had stolen it from Royal Mail, but I'm sure his choice of clothing is just coincidental.
The occupier, evidently familiar with TV Licensing's modus operandi, approaches the door with the camera rolling. TV Licensing man begins the conversation with the bizarre opening line: "I've got a new payment card for you".
When pushed the orange clad goon volunteers that he's from TV Licensing. The occupier confirms that he has no TV, to which the TV Licensing vagabond asks to enter and check. The occupier refuses, elaborating slightly: "No, you're not coming in my house. I don't want nothing to do with your paedophile ring mate".
The occupier is, of course, referring to the BBC Jimmy Savile (+ yet to be named others) paedophile ring, which was widely reported in last week's newspapers. Indeed it has even been suggested that the BBC deliberately scrapped a Newsnight programme about Savile's paedophilia in order to make another BBC programme more attractive to viewers.
As the BBC and TV Licensing are one and the same he is expressing his disapproval of the "noncegate" scandal to one of their agents.
The TV Licensing man then scurries away rather sheepishly, demonstrating again the importance of filming this trash when they pay a visit.
A quick reminder of the law for any new visitors to our blog: A TV licence is only needed for those properties where equipment is installed or used to receive television programme services (e.g. live TV channels). Anyone not requiring a licence is under no legal obligation to communicate or co-operate with TV Licensing at all. TV Licensing employees have no more rights than anyone else visiting a property and must leave when asked to. It is perfectly legal, and encouraged, to film TV Licensing employees as they go about their work as some of them are economical with the truth.