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Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Smeg Head TV Licensing Goon Does Runner

New video footage has emerged showing a "smeg head" TV Licensing goon - the occupier's description - fleeing at the first sight of a camera.

The follicly-challenged goon, who sports a thin-grey moustache, drives a black Citroen C3 Desire registration number YH03 OYE.

Breaking from tradition, we're not going to transcribe this one - suffice to say that the occupier wasn't very complimentary about the parasitic low life that had just disturbed his afternoon.

We have no doubt at all that the occupier does not legally need a TV licence, but his verbal onslaught has a chance to land him in trouble regardless. 

Experience shows that TV Licensing goons are happy to dish out threats and intimidation on the doorstep, but as soon as the tables are turned they often run crying to their bosses with pissy pants and tall tales about hearing non-existent TV programmes.

Make no mistake that TV Licensing cannot be trusted. Several of these duplicitous scumbags have been convicted of stealing from their customers and falsifying records. Remember that TV Licensing goons have virtually unachievable basic performance targets and face disciplinary action if they fail to make the grade.

Anyone who does not legally need a TV licence, has no legal business with TV Licensing.

Our advice is to ignore TV Licensing completely. 

Say nothing and close the door.

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