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Thursday 15 September 2011

TV Licensing Totty

As the famous movie goes "what's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?"

Breaking the stereotypical mould of elderly, greying, window-peering, drooling old perverts this leggy blonde is the latest TV Licensing starlet to feature on YouTube.

She's obviously read the TV Licensing Visiting Procedures because she knows exactly what to do when confronted with a camera - run like the clappers and say nowt! Of course the occupier is well within his legal rights to record his uninvited caller, just as we are to comment on his YouTube efforts.

According to this TV Licensing woman's calling card she goes by the initials MM. She drives a navy blue Ford Focus, registration number X311 EEF.

The video, while it remains live, can be viewed here:


33_hertz said...

Hahaha, she was not a happy bunny :-))

Anonymous said...

You sad pathetic prat. Bullying a young lady doing her job and posting it on the Internet must make you feel very masculine. You are a worthy recipient of a £1000 fine, which will make a huge dent in your dole money...

Admin said...

As I keep on saying, I have a TV licence and a perfectly good job too thank you very much.

Perhaps you should read a few more articles here to educate yourself.

I am quite happy to publicise doorstep harassment by any TVL employee, be they male, female or transgender. It makes no difference to me at all. What matters is they are harassing people, who have no need for their services and have told TVL of that fact.

If you're thinking I'm specifically targetting a "vulnerable young lady" you're obviously a bit of an ill informed chauvinistic wanker.

The reason these videos make it to YouTube is because people who have told TV Licensing they do not need a licence continue to be harassed by doorstep opportunists after a quick buck.

No-one's asking for your patronage here, so do the world a favour and leave your bile elsewhere.

You might find the BBC website interesting.

Anonymous said...

If I told my local council that I don't need to pay community tax because I've burned my house down, don't you think they'd send somebody around to check ?

If you believe that all those filming TV Licensing reps don't have TV's, you're even more stupid than they think.