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Friday, 16 August 2013

Dejected Welsh TV Licensing Goon

In this life, one thing counts: In the bank, large amounts! I'm afraid these don't grow on trees: You've got to pick a pocket or two.

Sadly for this Fagin-like TV Licensing goon his latest commission-pocketing exploit proved a complete disaster, when he inadvertently knocked at the door of a bona fide member of the goon angling club.

The occupier leaves the goon standing out on the doorstep as he cheekily nips upstairs to retrieve his camera. He quickly returns, camera rolling and confronts the unshaven vagabond with one of the most effective weapons in the anti-TV Licensing arsenal - total silence.

Watching the video you can almost see the blood draining from the goon's face as the realisation dawns that not only is he losing his commission, but he's also going to look like a complete tit on YouTube for the second time.

We particularly like the way the occupier bounds down the stairs and gleefully says "TV Licensing here we come!"

It's a textbook anti-goon maneouvre and we doff our hat to the video maker. It's a great catch for his first cast.

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