Hi All, I was travelling with FCC to Kings X over the wkend and I got stopped by a ticket inspector who asked to see my Railcard. I didn't have it with me, my mistake I know, but I genuinely thought it was in my wallet - always is!!! Anyway, the inspector was very verbally aggressive, really spoke to me as though I were a criminal from the get-go and demanded I pay a 20 pounds Penalty Charge which I refused. He then gave me what I think was a criminal caution and asked me to complete questions. I gave a false name and address, I really just panicked, but I've actually just moved house and couldn't remember my new address. Now I dunno what to do. I ACTUALLY do have a valid railcard so was thinking of just posting that to them with my full contact details and address, but I think I've dug a hole for myself.... Worst of all, after reading all of these messages on the Internet re FCC and Penalty Charges makes me even more nervous! But the inspector was really intimidating, he wouldn't record accurately what I was saying, I even asked to speak with police officers and that wouldn't work either. Any advice would be so appreciated guys? Should I just write letter fully explaining the whole backdrop to what has happened? I'm afraid they'll otherwise track down details at some point and accuse me of trying to fare dodge when I'm not trying to fare dodge at all! And now that I gave false information I'm concerned that will be even more of a problem!