A recent police raid in West London saw the first ever use in the UK of a giant X-Ray scanner which was trucked into the neighbourhood for the occasion. The giant X-Ray shows a graphic image of a person minus their clothes. It can reveal any item hidden under clothing such as guns, clubs, coshes, explosives, drugs, intimate body piercings, concealed copies of Busty Housewives Weekly and voodo fetish dolls of William Hague secreted in the nether regions.
Scary indeed if you are ever subject to such scanning – who knows what dark secrets may be revealed to Mike, Sue and all the other lads down the station? Who knows where your scan images may end up – posted on some dodgy file sharing site and downloaded to be drooled over by X-Ray obsessed degenerates in dark bedrooms. [Shudder] Made into T Shirt transfers and sold, printed on cheap cotton, on dodgy market stalls to rebellious middle class youths?
This technology is going to be irresistible. I can just see the security
freaks consultants getting excited by the prospect of being able to electronically undress people on the pretext of increased security. “If you’re not doing anything wrong – you have nothing to fear – it’s all designed to improve public safety”. Naa naa whine whinny, froth foam – pass the Daily Mail puhlease.
Once the machinery becomes cheap enough and small enough it will start to appear all over. Just like metal detectors, CCTV cameras and rectal probes have infiltrated our high streets. Well maybe not the rectal probes just yet – but they’ll be creeping in by the backdoor too – just you wait.
Yes, it’s the beginning of the end. Now you really will have to make sure you’ve got clean pants on every day – either that or be caught out by Sargeant Knicker-Scan and his unfeasibly large equipment.