'If we think you might be a benefit cheat, we'll follow you around town with a big spotlight until we see you ARE scrubbing floors to get that few extra quid for the kids' school trip, then we'll GET you!'
'If you haven't got an extortionately expensive TV license, one night when you're settling down all cosy with your Horlicks, to watch BIG BROTHER, it will be US at the door, and you could end up with a CRIMINAL RECORD!'
If you dodge your ludicrously high bus fare when you've only got two quid left until the end of the week, we'll take great pleasure in humiliating and fining you, and there's always the chance you'll end up with a CRIMINAL RECORD!'
I find them so smugly superior and cuntish, not to mention ridiculously out of touch with reality. I only wish the people who come up with these moronic ads were forced to live like the average benefit claimant, 'cheat' or otherwise.Capitalist pigdogs! (Mumble, sputter...) How much taxpayers' money is drained into these offencive and pointless campaigns? More than goes to bloody benefit cheats, I'll bet.