Voyeurism is an intrinsic part of the human condition – you only have to witness what happens on a motorway when an accident has occurred on the other side of the central reservation to see that. Perhaps there is a perverse sense of schadenfreude within us all, the ability to take pleasure in the suffering of others albeit subconsciously most of the time. The recent boom in reality television is testament to this, how else can you explain the popularity of shows such as Big Brother and I’m A Celebrity?
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