much of a surprise to Ms Timlin, as it did to myself.
Ms Timlin told me that Ms Davies was not available by phone,
and that she, "Ms Timlin", was far too busy to go
and see her to sort things out. Ms Timlin also pointed out
that Ms Davies was frequently out, and that I should put a
note through her door if I did not find her in when I called.
I wrote a note to Ms Davies and showed it to Ms Timlin, it
was at Ms Timlin's suggestion that I re-wrote the note, adding
some indication of urgency and asking Ms Davies to contact
the 60+ "Sixty Plus" office, this I did. I then
delivered this letter myself, and put it through Ms Davies
I would like you to take note of what I have said in the
above paragraph, it might prove to be highly significant.
Ms Davies had no way of knowing that I was going to see her
a second time. I went to see Ms Davies after she had contacted
60+ "Sixty Plus" to say that she knew nothing about
any sort of promised payment, this was in response to the
note that I had put through the door at Ms Timlins suggestion.
When I got to Ms Davies flat (I went direct from 60+ "Sixty
Plus" it was an unplanned decision) I got the feeling
that the situation was "stage managed". Ms Davies
had a friend with her, a woman who just sat and said nothing,
there was an air of "preparedness" about her. I
told Ms Davies that there had been some confusion, and suggested
that we go into her kitchen to discuss the situation, this
we did, for a very brief time. Ms Davies agreed to come to
the 60+ "Sixty Plus" offices, to have a meeting
to resolve the situation, this was at the invitation of Ms
Geraldine Timlin. This meeting was attended by Ms Davies,
Ms Geraldine Timlin, Ms Patricia Mohabier and myself, I, however,
was asked to leave the room for the latter part of the meeting.
Before I left the meeting, it had been established and agreed
by all, myself included, that the misunderstanding was entirely
the fault of Ms Geraldine Timlin of 60+ "Sixty Plus",
and that Ms Timlin had allocated the job to me while under
the wrong impression.
I have neither seen nor heard of Ms Davies since then. That
is, not untill my meeting with Ms Geraldine Timlin and Mr
Ian MacAulay on 18.4.94. At this meeting, Ms Timlin pointed
out that there had been two reports from female customers
that they had felt threatened by me. One of the customers
was the Ms Davies that I have spoken of already. I am a complete
stranger to Ms Davies, and given the situation (of Ms Timlins
making) I can understand how Ms Davies may have been harbouring
all sorts of fantasies about me. The other complaint, it is
alleged, took place in the last two months. I don't know anything
about it and Ms Timlin won't tell me.
Even if this second complaint is true, and I dispute that,
I still have a very good record for the past two years. Being
a member of the human race, I am allowed to have the odd "off