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    Video record meter readings

    I had a new tenancy start last week. Of course I need to be able to prove that the smoke alarm was present and working at the start, so I video recorded that day's newspaper at the start of the recording before testing the alarm. Then, I thought I might as well video the meter readings as well. This is a modern meter where you cycle through the readings by pressing a blue button. I just noticed on the recording, that one of the readings was the date, so I did not even need the newspaper.

    Of course the date on the meter precludes any claim by a tenant that you came in with an old paper while they were out, and staged the filming. Handy, eh?

    #2
    was it the Sunday Sport newspaper by any chance?

    Hope you've done a proper reference check. Lot of weirdo's out there

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      #3
      I think if I was a Sport reader, I'd go and buy a Telegraph that day, lest the judge look down on me.

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