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Saturday, 6 July 2013

TV Licensing: Smashing Creative Output

Our noble colleague TJoK, the BBC's favourite kayaking enthusiast in the whole wide world, has been busy filming his latest TV Licensing blockbuster.

The film features Miss X, who is the disgruntled daughter of a TV Licensing victim. Her mother had the recent misfortune of having to deal with TV Licensing when she cancelled her payment card. Cue TV Licensing threats and innuendo that she must now be a licence fee dodger, instead of someone who has simply decided no longer to subsidise the lavish lifestyles of BBC executives and "talent".

Miss X takes great delight in daubing an old TV set with anti-TV Licensing comments before beating it to a pulp with a variety of heavy objects. It certainly looks like she's having a smashing time.

Some of our favourite stills appear below:

TJoK is seeking unwanted TV sets for his next masterpiece. If you're in the Derby area and have one spare, you can get in touch with him via his YouTube channel. You might also want to cancel your TV licence and adopt one of the perfectly legal alternatives to watching live TV.

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