In the UK you are allowed to be registered to vote in two constituencies (usually your home address and a student house) but are only allowed to vote in one of these locations.
In my experience, when you go to vote, there is someone sat with a paper copy of all people registered to vote at that polling station. You give your name and address and they cross you off and give you a voting slip. You place your vote and leave.
At this point, the other constituency that you are registered to vote in has no knowledge that you have voted so you could then go to that polling station and once again give your name and address, be crossed off their paper list and vote there.
Presumably this double voting would be spotted when polling stations closed and the lists are compared and you would receive a fine however, the way I understand it, there is no way to identify your vote once you have placed it so they would not be able to remove your vote from either constituencies counts without asking you who you voted for (in which case you could also lie and manipulate the vote even further).
Have I misunderstood something about the voting system in the UK or is this a very real possibility?
Disclaimer: I am not planning on doing this, nor do I condone or encourage anyone else to try it