A cowardly TV Licensing goon was so worried about knocking on the door of a legally-licence-free property that he crept up the garden path and discreetly left a calling card instead.
Video footage shows how the goon, bizarrely wearing a high-visibility vest, opens the garden gate with his handheld device in one hand and completed calling card in the other. He made no attempt whatsoever to knock at the door, choosing instead to push the calling card straight through the letterbox. The entire visit, which happened at 8.10 am this morning, was completed within 15 seconds.
Sadly the video is not clear enough to identify the goon in question, as the low light levels and rain droplets obscured the camera's view. The goon identified himself as "Young" on the card, which is shown below.
The goon's unusual behaviour may be explained by the fact that a previous TV Licensing visit to the property was filmed and uploaded to YouTube. On that occasion the goon, who was noticeably perspiring, broke TV Licensing rules by petulantly threatening the occupier with a search warrant.
A TV licence is only required for those properties where equipment is installed or used to receive TV programmes. Anyone who doesn't need a TV licence is under no legal obligation whatsoever to communicate or co-operate with TV Licensing.
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