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About randomenglishguy

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  1. Thanks for all the responses. I asked a ticket inspector today what happens if when the bill is sent out it's returned to the sender and he said they'd just drop it. Especially as it was a first-time offence.
  2. Yes, I gave my real details. What if I pick up the letter they will send and write them back from greece, explaining that that is where I live and put forth the argument that the guard at gatwick was at fault for waving me through in my confused state of mind after my long journey. Do they really go to the expense of a court hearing in cases like this against someone non-resident here and with no assets?
  3. I arrived to gatwick yesterday and bought a train ticket in a rush, and instead of grabbing my ticket i picked up someone else's payment confirmation slip (which annoyingly enough looks like a ticket). I made a rush for the platforms and the guard saw me running so he opened the gate to let me through. I got on the train, the inspector came along and found me the wrong bit of oblong paper. I refused to pay but gave a friend's address where the bill could be sent. I don't live in england however and don't feel morally obliged to pay because even though i made a mistake i did actually pay for a ticket. He even forgot to give me a copy of the sheet that i signed. As I don't live in the UK can i get away with this?
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