The BBC charges £145.50 to those that use it's services with funds going towards news coverage, educational content and entertainment, however not everybody is content - Christopher Fulford from Kent says "enough is enough".
Mr Fulford,55, who owns the Etiquette Golf Club Company is not impressed with the BBC licence fee cost and after watching a BBC Three program where two males (one of which was black) embraced in a kiss. He is demanding his licence fee money back from the BBC. Mr Fulford said "How dare they! I do not want to see that sort of revolting gay hardcore pornographic filth on my television at 11 o'clock at night. It's a F******g disgrace if you ask me!"
Mr Fulford's other dislikes include gay marriage, black youths, powerful women, paying taxes and the unemployed and anybody claiming benefits. He follows his views up by saying "It's the wishy-washy lefty liberal agenda taking control once again and infecting us with their do-gooder mentality. I mean the amount of times I've sat through a so-called comedy or a so-called drama where there are gays, blacks, women and Muslims is ridiculous! bring back the good old days of It Ain't Half Hot Mum, Mind Your Language where these people were ridiculed for our entertainment and not welcomed like they have to be now." Mr Fulford also claims we need more "lighthearted entertainment like Jim'll Fix It." He follows this up with "I can't remember the last time I saw something on the BBC that I actually enjoyed, well except for Tumble - I quite liked Tumble."
Mr Fulford will also be in the running to become the UKIP representative of his local area of Tunbridge Wells and his top priority is putting an immediate halt the already non-existent diversity in that area.