A Curious Prying Fellow
When Norman’s tutor at the Peeping-Tom Academy discovered Norman was in his mid-forties, still lived with his mother and owned his own anorak, he was fast-tracked to Advanced Peepery.
After learning to drill holes without sawdust dropping through to the other side, the class headed to town with their cameras.
The trick, their tutor explained, is to look like you’re taking a picture of one thing, when actually, your focus is on something else entirely. Norman grasped the concept immediately and pointed his camera at an old bicycle.
The camera clicked and whirred. ‘Oh yes,’ murmured Norman. ‘Lovely, lovely legs.’
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