Former journalists from the News of the World have banded together to open a new steak pub in the heart of Fleet Street.
Called the "Hack and Tap", the new restaurant offers fine steaks you can 'hack' at, with great drinks on 'tap'. Failing that, there is a full suite of ex CIA equipment in the back room suitable for hacking, tapping and following the conversations of users of even the most secure mobile network users.
And for a small fee, menus come with the private email and telephone numbers of the rich and famous, including Prince Charles, Sir Alex Chewingum, the lead singer from that group who wrote the car advertisement music, that girl in the short skirt who sells incredibly crap jewellery on late night shopping channels and even Nick from the Apprentice.
This means that patrons can listen to private conversations and receive private texts from people as they eat and drink.
The new gastro pub has been financed by one of the thousands of nephews of the Nigerian Oil Minister who financed the deal form the $25million he put through one of the owner's bank accounts in exchange for his account number, PIN, date of birth, place of birth and mother's maiden name.