A 92-year-old viscountess fumed her 'father's best naval language' as bailiffs tried to collect a £1,500 bill she did not owe.
Marianna Viscountess Monckton of Brenchley is 'utterly fed up' with a utility company which has been trying to get the money from her for two years.
The former High Sheriff of Kent insists she does not owe the money as she sold the land either side of her rural home in Harrietsham, near Maidstone, Kent in 2018.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Marianna Viscountess Monckton of Brenchley is 'utterly fed up' with a utility company which has been trying to get the money from her for two years
She married Major General Gilbert Monckton who was awarded the Military Cross for commanding a rear-guard defence at Dunkirk
She has informed independent business water supplier Castle Water of the new ownership countless times - to no avail.
And Lady Monckton was at the end of her tether when bailiffs turned up at the doorstep of her gated red-bricked home on July 20.
She said: 'I was walking out to my garage with my secretary when we became suspicious of a white van going very slowly by the top gate before parking at the main gate.
'My secretary went over to the woman but she wouldn't say who they were or why they were here. She was extremely rude.
'She moved it to block the farm entrance and we went back to the garage. Then she came up my driveway with a chap in a black car who was sitting on his mobile with the window half down.
'I went up to him and he said he was here to see Viscountess Monckton because she owes money to Castle Water. I told him I'm Viscountess Monckton and I don't owe a penny to Castle Water.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'I actually used my