Benefit cheats have their hands in your pockets.
Well, yes, this is true; benefit cheats are indeed scamming the money of hardworking taxpayers. However, it is also worth reminding ourselves of who takes that money in the first place—a projected £190 billion for 2007/08—and who runs systems so lax and inefficient that it allows for such cheating, i.e. the fucking government.
One of the main problems, of course, is that the benefits system is ludicrously complicated. Like the tax system, it needs to be severely simplified. The simpler the system, the more difficult it is to defraud and, just as importantly, the easier it is for the government to spot that fraud.
Besides, if those famous posters are to be believed, the problem is, in the main, that people are working whilst still claiming benefits.
The solution should be obvious: the Citizens' Basic Income. This system cuts fraud at a stroke, because one of the central tenets of the idea is that people are still entitled to the CBI when they have a job. So no fraud and, incidentally, a considerable cut in the amount of money spent on advertising to encourage us to shop benefit cheats.