Cornish TV Licensing goon Justin Moses got more than he bargained for during a visit to a legally-licence-free property.
He was confronted by a TV Licensing goon's worst nightmare - a clued up occupier with a camera.
To his credit Moses conducts his enquiries in a polite enough manner, despite the occupier bearing down with increasingly assertive requests for him to leave.
Indeed, had it not been for Moses' reluctance to leave the property and confirm his identity, this video wouldn't be featuring here on the TV Licensing Blog.
Moses claims to have taken up his immoral employment only recently, but it appears he has already adopted the strategy of reading out the property's address to the camera.
In our opinion the occupier engages in too much conversation with Moses. It is apparent that the occupier becomes increasingly agitated, which may play into TV Licensing's hands if they choose to make subsequent visits to the property.
A better option would have been to calmly say "I don't legally need a TV licence" and close the door.
If a goon refuses to show their ID card to the camera, then the occupier can simply lower the camera, inspect their ID card, and announce clearly the name (and spelling if appropriate) written on it.