Ethics aside, cops actually did this to poor horny punks in Korea …
Expect the unexpected
Voyeurs hoping to watch upskirt porn face shock after police load The Ring-style horror clips to sharing websites
Police in South Korea released the videos in a campaign to tackle voyeuristic pornography with films using a character similar to girl in The Ring
COPS have taken a stand against spy camera porn by tricking viewers into watching horror videos.
Sex crimes and voyeuristic videos are on the rise in South Korea so police have decided to set up a brilliant campaign to combat it.
When hopeful viewers click on clips which claim to be showing the hidden cameras looking for stuffs like this one …
Japanese pornstar wannabe made a sextape in fitting room at shopping mall
File Size: 562.69 MB | Format: MPEG | Runtime: 5:06 Minutes
They are instead greeted with Exorcist-style scenes: –
The three films – which are shot inside a bedroom, changing room and toilet cubicle – are set up to seem like normal voyeur videos.
The woman undressing and the scary woman SOUTH KOREAN POLICE
CHILLING: An demonic woman flashes up on screen for viewers wanting to watch hidden camera porn
But at the end of each clip, the women have changed into a ghost-like person dressed in a white sheet and dark make-up.
A message then flashes up on the screen telling viewers police are monitoring the website.
An even more chilling one also tells people: “You may be the one who is pushing her to suicide.”
The campaign – named Stop Downloadkill – is described as a form of “shock therapy” by police.
SCARY: Not because of the thriller, it’s because cops in Korea think the chilling sight will stop sex crimes
Since the videos were posted on various file-sharing websites, they have been downloaded more than 26,000 times.
See, what good is the thriller?
We ask Miss Samsung, Oh In Hye for her opinion on the Downloadkill campaign …
Oh In Hye 오인혜
Name: Oh In Hye 오인혜 / 吴仁惠
Date of Birth: Apr 26, 1987
Height: 165 cm
Weight: 48 kg
About: On Oct 6 2011, little known newcomer Korean actress Oh In Hye 오인혜 / 吴仁惠 became an overnight sensation right after she walked down the red carpet at the 16th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) in a daring orange Grecian goddess-inspired dress with a plunging neckline that drew everyone’s attention with her glamorous appeal.
Her overly sexy dress that exposed her bust line almost completely, blew her name up in the media instantly. Netizens had mixed comments about her outfit, saying that, “OMG not classy..“, “Very daring. Fashion takes courage sometimes“, and “Where is the rest of her dress???“.
To clear up any misunderstandings, Oh In Hye sat down with reporters on the next day and discussed her feelings on her controversial red-carpet dress. When told that her dress became a hot issue in the media, she replied, “I still don’t feel it. It was my first time on the red carpet so I was just so surprised to see the reactions. All my friends began calling me, telling me not to feel down with the hate. Although there were positive replies, there were also some bad ones. I merely went to the event hoping to get caught on camera, but I think the situation blew up into something out of my control. There were some who criticized me for going overboard, but what I want to make clear is that I didn’t seek the attention purposely.”
When asked on why she chose the dress, she replied, “Doesn’t everyone dream of attending a film festival? It was my first time, so I didn’t know what dress to wear. An unni (older sister) I knew from my movie recommended a wedding shop in Seoul. I didn’t have much to choose from to begin with, so I just ended up renting that dress. It also didn’t fit me and it had to be personally tailored on the shoulder and length. I don’t have a stylist and the dress was worn by Baek Ji Young (a popular Korean singer) 6 years ago.“
She continued, “I don’t have experience with these events, so I didn’t know what amount of exposure was appropriate or not. I just wore whatever they gave me. The dress was so old that a lot of it needed tailoring.“
Ah … Tailoring.
So, the Korean Downloadkill didn’t work. What’s next?
Perhaps the Korean cops should try this … Time Travel stuff.