For years Noel Edmunds promoted the BBC, first as a radio DJ and then on some of the BBC’s most popular shows including Noel’s House Party.
However, since those days of fun and laughter, things have taken a down turn for the presenter.
Now Noel Edmunds has announced on live TV, ironically on the BBC breakfast news show, that he cancelled his TV licence around four months ago and is waiting for the men to knock on his front door.
His protest was prompted by the hard hitting adverts run by TV Licensing, where they explain that there is nowhere for non licence payers to hide.
TV Licensing have said that they are now looking into his case, which goes against their adverts, because surely they would have already knew that Noel Edmunds had no TV Licence.
A spokesman for the presenter said that Noel Edmunds is willing to let it go all the way to court in order to expose the way the people are treated over the TV Licence.
If the case goes to court he is likely to be fined up to a £1000.