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I understand from a friend that BBC Radio Berkshire has had listeners view Thames Water powerwashing the front of their building. Bet they won't prosecute themselves for using a non-essential hose during a hosepipe ban!

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I understand from a friend that BBC Radio Berkshire has had listeners view Thames Water powerwashing the front of their building.


Maybe they were using northern water... y'know, a bit like when you nick your neighbour's wireless connection... <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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It's true !

There was a photo of the work in progress in yesterday's 'Daily Mail'.

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Ha! It's true! BJR IS a Daily Mail reader! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

I presume a hosepipe ban applies to domestic garden use only, and not to industrial or commercial use like wot a jet washing firm is.

However and notwithstanding, it is grossly - almost unbelievably - tactless and provocative of these twerps to do such a thing, not to mention morally dubious.

I can't figure out why, if water companies are commercial profit-making ventures, when they fail to supply the goods and services they still expect to be paid. There's a shortage of tinned cat food in Tesco lately, but they don't still charge me for the stuff even though they haven't got any!

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You Enfield Heros had better get down to your club and tell them they can't water your pitch!
I bet they have exemption as well!




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