Badgers v. Solicitors

I think in this case, the badgers win

Apparently they’re asking for a solution for their badger problem. I do happen to know that, although it’s illegal to move a badger without a proper licence, or “interfere” with it and its sett, if a young badger does happen to move in somewhere inconvenient (say…under a joiners workshop), and try and establish its home there, that a period of full-volume dance music / cheesy local radio, played through speakers in that workshop while in the course of using it for the established business seems to be a good encouragement to those wandering young badgers to move along to a more serene location to establish themselves in… 😉

Author: Jennie

Law, libraries, books, crafts, and general geekery.

3 thoughts on “Badgers v. Solicitors”

  1. Was it the same firm? Or is there a rampaging horde of badgers roaming across Englandshire, ripping up solicitors firms lawns?

    And…if they used nuts to get rid of the badgers, how did they deal with the squirrels that came for the nuts… 🙂

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