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Saturday, 21 January 2012

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We Can See What You're Doing In There!

The Prime Minister has revealed that anti-terrorism measures at this summer's London Olympic Games will include having CCTV cameras in positions enabling them to look inside the various toilet cubicle facilities within the Olympic Village in East London. Explains the Prime Minister;

"Obviously the security chaps will be trying as much as is humanly possible to spot and detain any terrorists from getting into the Olympic Village, but there's always the chance that a few of them could slip through the net and get in through the turnstiles with their bombs.

"If that was to happen then clearly a toilet cubicle, in the absence of these cameras, would be a very easy place to plant them. The terrorist could prepare them inside one of the cubicles with the door bolted shut. No one would be able to see what they're getting up to in there.

"These cameras will ensure that the security chaps studying the live pictures on the screens will be able to see exactly what people are doing in those cubicles. Any visitors who don't like the idea of being watched when using them for there proper purpose will either have to hold it in until they leave the Olympic Village or use a toilet before they arrive. This measure is necessary. In any case there's been 24hr CCTV looking at the inside areas of toilet cubicles at our airports ever since America's 9/11. And rightly so." he said.

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