I found myself watching Real Crime Cops Action Camera (or whatever it's called) in the early hours. One of the stories depicted West Yorks traffic coppers pulling over some motorist as his plate had flagged up on the Automatic Number Plate Recognition System for an 'outstanding fine'. He is then detained at a service station car park until some no neck from the debt recovery agency turn up to march him off to the nearest cash point for the Â£1000+ payment (bearing in mind how much a Â£60 fine can snowball in hours) on pain of his vehicle being seized. I then thinks to myself: 'Did I just see that? Did I miss some vital snippet of information there, or can someone be pulled over by the police - acting as agents for bailiffs - for an outstanding parking fine?' If this is indeed the case, what else is the ANPRS programmed to flag up, Council Tax? I found that specific part of the programme quite worrying. Are we really that Draconian already, or is it for our 'safety'? Should I immediately don my tinfoil hat?