Bestselling author Rosen Trevithick is way too busy writing books to waste her time watching TV programmes.
Like thousands of other people across the land, Rosen informed TV Licensing of her TV-free status in the mistaken belief they would leave her in peace. Like thousands of other people across the land, she's been left disappointed when TV Licensing decided to continue their menacing and legally-unjustified enquiries regardless.
Rosen, author of the popular Smelly Troll books for kids, decided to take a leaf out of TV Licensing's book by sending them a reverse threatogram. She posted her letter on Twitter and has kindly agreed to us republishing it in the image above.
We particularly like the following excerpt, which epitomises the suspicious nature of TV Licensing's enquiries: "I shall assume you (TV Licensing) are lying and ignorant of your correspondence, much like last year when I told you I had no television set and you visited my personal home anyway".
If anyone has written their own reverse threatogram to TV Licensing then we'd love to hear from you too. You can contact us using the email address on the sidebar.