http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=561762&in_page_id=1770 Strangely for someone who was brought up in post-war years, and has supported authority all their life, I now find myself with feelings akin to anarchy. She added: "I had just picked up Chloe from nursery. We were both hungry so I got us a sausage roll to share. "I had a bite and then bent down to give a bit to Chloe, who was on her bike. "A tiny bit missed her mouth and fell on the floor and seconds later some pigeons flew down and grabbed it. "I crossed the road and was approached by two men. I thought they were canvassers because they were dressed in tracksuit bottoms. "But one came up to me, said he was from the council and said I was going to be fined for dropping litter. "He wasn't polite at all - he was rude, and I began to walk away. "He then said I would be arrested if I didn't give him my name and details and started reading me my rights on the street. "I felt really small and humiliated. I was treated like I was a criminal." She added: "Where is the common sense? It was a small, bite-sized piece - just big enough for Chloe's mouth. "I went back to take a picture of the litter, but it had been gobbled by pigeons. There was no litter there at all." The incident happened in Hull city centre on Monday and the fine arrived in the post yesterday. Miss Davies, who lives with her mother Wendy, 44, said: "I just can't pay out Â£75 for this, I have to live on benefits of Â£94 a week. "The letter says I must pay within 14 days, but I haven't got the money. I would be prepared to go to court. "I agree that people should not drop litter, but I was not dropping litter. I was just feeding my daughter, who likes sausage rolls. "It affected her as well. She came to me after it had happened and said, 'Mummy, I was scared when those men came up to me'. It's just not right." I find this situation totally ridiculous, not to say worrying. Like most servicemen, I abhor litter, having been trained to accept that what is dropped may cause serious and possibly fatal consequences (harbour discipline). But, in this case does anyone else think the zealots have taken over? And is it not worrying that any number of people, including bin men, can cause one to have a criminal record for the most piddling of things?