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Saturday, 29 June 2013

TV Licensing and Ambulance Chasing

In one of the worst kept secrets since police named Jimmy Savile as "the most prolific child sexual offender of the 20th century" TV Licensing are currently conducting operations on the Isle of Man.

YouTube user manxharrymonk, who has no legal need for a TV licence, is expecting the goon snatch squad to call any day now. Concerned that they may be a bunch of ambulance chasers, who could potentially be seeking loose paving stones to accidentally trip over, he rang the TV Licensing call centre to enquire about the possibility of goon litigation.

Here's the video of the conversation:

A point to note is that the TV Licensing operator confirms at least twice that no-one is under any legal obligation at all to grant access to a goon.

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