Sneak isn't the healthiest chap around. He enjoys the odd cigar, a splash of brandy, and a dustbin lid-sized fry-up far too much and while he often means to take up some exercise, he somehow never finds the time. Next year, though, definitely.
The news, therefore, that Facebook is launching a creepy, organ-harvesting programme to assess the health and fitness of its 900m plus members was one Sneak noted with alarm, bringing back memories of the school locker room and the mad glint in his PE teacher's eye before being sent on a freezing cross-country run.
Well, organ harvesting is perhaps a description too far, as the site really just wants to encourage its users to sign up for organ donation should the worst happen, to ensure those awaiting a transplant could survive.
"More than 114,000 people in the United States, and millions more around the globe, are waiting for the heart, kidney or liver transplant that will save their lives. Many of those people - an average of 18 people per day - will die waiting, because there simply aren't enough organ donors to meet the need," said brain-eater-in-chief Mark Zuckerberg.
"Medical experts believe that broader awareness about organ donation could go a long way toward solving this crisis. And we believe that by simply telling people that you're an organ donor, the power of sharing and connection can play an important role."
While the motives are noble, and the outcomes could save lives, there's something undeniably creepy about the idea of using Facebook, a site that started as a way to poke random acquaintances and share hilarious drunk photos, has turned into a place where you can sign away your organs if you die.
Gives the term Facebook a whole new, sinister meaning.
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