In case you haven't read one of the many reports of this story, Sneak can save you the bother. It is not about some bronzed, white toothed git in fancy shorts, riding an imaginary wave in some surburban setting. Nah. It's about a bloke web surfing the internet, while sitting on a wall, using someone else's unsecured wi-fi broadband connection.
Now, this is hardly the crime of the century, and the man involved – an un-named 39 year old - is hardly a great criminal mastermind. He was, after all, rumbled because he was sitting outside someone's house using his laptop. Someone got suspicious, called 'the law' and before you know it he's bailed and awaiting further action. Some people are so naïve.
Sneak has some advice for him, and other budding e-Raffles, if you want to steal wi-fi, catch it in a jar and take it home with you. That way no one will ever be none the wiser.
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