The Nations Snoops Win The Jackpot

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The nations OAP’s have welcomed a controversial new website which allows citizen spies to plug into the nation’s CCTV cameras and snoop on shoppers from home.

Internet Eyes will pay keen-eyed viewers up to £1,000 to scour thousands of CCTV cameras across Britain looking for law-breakers.

The website which launched on Monday, will stream live footage from shops, businesses and town centres to subscribers’ home computers across Europe. The video vigilantes who catch the most criminals each month will be rewarded with cash prizes.

But civil liberties campaigners say the idea is ‘distasteful’ and encourages private citizens to spy on one another. However some of Britain’s best known snoops have called the idea a god send.

Brian Cox, 70-year-old retired factory worker from Surrey was almost drooling at the prospect of being paid for something he loves doing already.

“Its been rubbish sitting in all day with nothing to do other than watch Jeremy Kyle on the television and so I relish the chance to snoop on scantily glad young girls in town on the internet. Its gone very quite around here lately, especially after the police arrested most of my neighbours for benefit fraud.”

More than 13,000 people have already indicated their interest in the project but more people are expected to join once word gets out how easy it may or may not be easy to use and abuse.

Peter File a former lollipop man from Doncaster welcomed the news.

“It’s like all my birthday’s have rolled in to one. I hope they have CCTV footage of school playgrounds for me to look at. Since I was banned from hanging around my local schools it would be nice to look in on a few old friends.”

It has been agreed by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) that only subscribers aged 18 and over can access the site.

68 year-old Mary MacGregor, a retired teacher from Glasgow said on the matter, “If keeps my Tom from fiddling with the family dog then it is fine with me.”


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