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Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

The 'sentence' of 3 days wages and a driving ban seems appropriate.

Until you consider that fact that the BBC will pick up his expenses tab and pay for his taxi's while he is banned from driving.
And he is still on big-money.

He won't lose a penny. TV licence payers will cover the cost

No, he'll lose about 8.6 million of them.

 


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Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

The 'sentence' of 3 days wages and a driving ban seems appropriate.

Until you consider that fact that the BBC will pick up his expenses tab and pay for his taxi's while he is banned from driving.
And he is still on big-money.

He won't lose a penny. TV licence payers will cover the cost

The fine is irrelevant just as it is with ordinary mortals that get caught drink driving as most people can afford to pay it but the real punishment is the inconvenience that being unable to drive will cause and although he could probably afford taxis and/or a chauffeur they aren't always convenient.

His employers won't pick up the tab for him as the outcry if that was ever made public would be enormous

 

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He works for ITV under contract,why would the BBC pay his bills?

Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

The 'sentence' of 3 days wages and a driving ban seems appropriate.

Until you consider that fact that the BBC will pick up his expenses tab and pay for his taxi's while he is banned from driving.
And he is still on big-money.

He won't lose a penny. TV licence payers will cover the cost

 

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