Remember Richard Brunstrom ? The North Wales Police chief who called a press conference after a pensioner complained about a speeding fine ?
He's in the news again - because a deputy Mayor is suing him for failing to cut Scally-related crime in Anglesey.
And for more sinister reasons - the letter sent to a woman after remarks she made at a public meeting in Llandudno, called to debate the effect of Brundstroms anti-speeding measures on business in the town.
"Mrs Elphick told Arrive Alive project manager Inspector Alan Hughes she appreciated the kind of work the police had to do in places such as Caia Park, Wrexham, scene of last summer's riots.
"But I would beg you not to put the rest of us in the same category as the people you had to deal with in Caia Park.
"The majority of people in here are upright, upstanding, good, honest citizens and I know there are one or two like that in Caia Park," she said.
On the video she continues: "But I have to say if you only left Caia Park six months ago you could stand the danger of judging us all by the same. We are not hooligans and we are not fast drivers.""
After the meeting she was sent a letter warning her that her speech had 'serious racial undertones. In the event of further inflammatory conduct you can be assured of a swift police response'.
The mighty Littlejohn has more.