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Friday 10 August 2012

TV Licensing Runner

Behold another TV Licensing employee who, quite rightly, doesn't think he's very photogenic.

This cheque-shirted vagabond must have felt right at home next to the bins, but that didn't stop him running as soon as he saw the occupier had a CCTV camera installed.

Sadly, as he remains silent throughout, we fail to glean much more of an insight into the voyeuristic tendencies of this most undesirable of visitors. In the finest traditions of TV Licensing we can safely say that he's a scruffy beggar, with his silver chest hair exposed from his untucked and underbuttoned deck chair cover.

If you spot this chap in the street don't forget to offer commiserations for his measly employment.

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