Yet another soap opera

At least this person is, or has been, on meds: Cut a dvla car clamp off my car because I panicked that they where going to sieze it?

Basically I’m usually on antipsychotic medication due to anger problems & the past 3 months have been nothing but cursed, the doctor stopped my medication without warning and would not put them back on without trying to ‘bargain’ with me so I walked out and haven’t been taking medication which I need now, however I hadn’t realized my car wasn’t taxed and woke up to it being clamped about 3 weeks ago, I didn’t have enough money to pay the release fees and they said they will come back and take the car if it’s not payed so I panicked and someone from the street offered to cut it off and I let him and hid the car while I sorted the money out to pay, they then found the car last year and its impounded so I’ve decided I want to give the car up to them now because I need to sort out my medication but I’m scared to go to their office because I don’t want to get in trouble with the police? What do I do

The DVLA is to Britain what the DMV is to most US states. Which makes me wonder if the National Health decided they were spending too much money keeping this silly sod tranquilized.

2 comments

  1. L. Beau Macaroni »

    19 June 2018 · 10:54 am

    This:
    “[T]he doctor stopped my medication without warning and would not put them back on without trying to ‘bargain’ with me so I walked out and haven’t been taking medication…”

    reminded me of this:

    “[T]here will be no negotiations with terrorists of any kind,” – bravado from Ronald Reagan

    So, in a sense, this dude is saying, “I do not ‘negotiate’ with trained medical professionals!” I feel sorry for the MD. This dude sounds like a horse’s arse.

  2. McGehee »

    19 June 2018 · 1:59 pm

    It might be instructive to know what the “bargaining” consisted of.

    “Mr. Coleridge, I cannot renew your prescription so long as you continue to insist that this parrot is not dead.”

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