'Private litter wardens trying to ticket an elderly customer at Tesco were forced to leave the supermarket's car park after security staff told them they were trespassing.
A video from a Tesco store in Holyhead, Anglesey, shows the confrontation between security staff and a Kingdom enforcement officer.
In the clip, a man tells the warden 'you guys have been told before', suggesting it wasn't the first time staff have had to tell wardens to leave their land.
The warden even delays leaving before being told that he is committing aggravating trespass by refusing to move.
Wardens need permission before entering private land to give out tickets for littering or graffiti.
Anti-Kingdom campaigner Mark Watson began filming when he saw a female warden talking to an elderly couple.
According to Mr Watson, the Kingdom worker wrote out the ticket and then got into a parked vehicle.
Mr Watson then confronted a male warden after the female worker had left.
He said: 'I became aware of an elderly couple receiving a fine on Tesco car park so tried to intervene.
'The officer issuing said ticket proceeded to scream in my face and shouted a caution at the old couple then jumped in the car. I got my phone out and started recording.
'The rest can be seen in the video. I posted my video to show awareness that these Kingdom employees have no right to collect fines on private land.''
Read more: Tesco throws a private litter warden off its land after she tried to fine an elderly couple in the supermarket's carpark
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