Can you think of anything worse than having any of today's television stars in your living room?
Sneak can't either, the thought of sharing sofa space with Ross Kemp or Noel Edmomds is rather similar to the thought of sharing an airless tank with some skunks wielding razor blades. Rather unpleasant to say the least.
Sadly, their presence - that is Ross and Noel not the skunks - could soon be felt at home as Sky Television is apparently planning to unleash them on unsuspecting viewers, in 3D virtual form at least.
According to a report in the Times newspaper, Gerry O'Sullivan, Sky director of strategic product development, recently said that a 3D television service "could be launched any time in the next two years".
Users will be expected to still wear 3D glasses of some form, and given that boxing is high on the 3D agenda, as apparently it is easy to film, gum shields too.
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