His Righteousness the Lord High Inquisitor Sedley.
This lunacy is beyond parody. Nobody could make up stuff like this.
The dingbat in the picture insists that littering is a far worse crime than assault or theft and wants fines for litter to be double those imposed on violent yobs. He believes he's in charge of the country, too. Oh, and he's fond of the environmentalists' idea of how science should be done:
'But environmental crime, if established, strikes not only at a locality and its population but in some measure too at the planet and its future. Nobody should be allowed to doubt its seriousness.'
Thou shalt not question the Green God. Question His Word and thou shalt end thy days in the carbon-capture Green Heretic Burner.
Consider this, next time you are approached by the smug and loathsome face of a council busybody.
If you drop litter, it'll cost you £600.
If you drop the officious git, it'll cost you less than half that. In fact, you can pound him twice and it's still cheaper than the fine for dropping litter. Plus you have the satisfaction of seeing him point you out in court through two black eyes.
Don't drop that cigarette. Stub it out on a council official. It'll save you money.
I am not in favour of littering, before some Righteous pops up with that simple-minded pseudo-logic they love to spout. But is someone dropping a sweet wrapper more of a threat to society than a violent mugger? If the answer is yes, I expect to see some very good reasons.