Written by Paxton Quigley

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

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Tony and Mary get frisky and broadcast it live

Tony and Mary, are in their seventies, and have been watched by thousands of people around the world on their web-enabled security cameras - and didn’t even know.

In 2015, due to security concerns, they fitted their suburban semi with what they thought were "smart" security cameras to keep an eye on their home and, little did they know, soon they were performing unwittingly for thousands of strangers worldwide.

Tony explained that shortly after they moved into their new home somebody had broken into their shed and stolen his bicycle "so I realised it would be a good idea to have some security cameras both outside and inside the house to keep an eye on things". Tony placed seven smart cameras around the house, making Mary feel safer, particularly when Tony was away for what he terms "lads' weekends".

It was only when the cameras began to behave in a mysterious way that Tony decided to call in a security consultant.

"They had been switching on at the most inconvenient times, for example when I was getting a bit of "how's your father?" The one in the kitchen was the most active, but then again I do like to use the kitchen table for that extra frisson.

"We both like to watch the footage after we've been at it, it's a real turn on to see Mary's legs on my shoulders, while I'm pumping her. She's a good old girl and always up for it."

But unbeknownst to him, Tony had installed what can only be termed as a voyeur's paradise with their every sexual encounter being broadcast live on the internet and no fewer then 5 million views were made from 70 countries over a two year period.

Mary gave her opinion on their misadventure "It's gratifying to know that our sexual shenanigans were so popular and I'm quite proud of that. If I'd known how it would all turn out I would have made Tony set up a pay website. Maybe I will insist on it now."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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