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Despite multiple cultural differences between United States citizens and the fine people of South Korea, there are still some things that make us all the same: everybody loves the naked. 

A couple of men in South Korea love the naked so much, in fact, that they installed spy cameras in dozens of hotel rooms, secretly recording more than 1,600 guests (it’s much more fun with a group), and live-streaming the footage.

The men apparently managed to install cameras in electrical sockets, hairdryer holders and digital TV boxes in 30 hotels in ten cities across South Korea, according to police.

Who would possibly sink so low as to pay exorbitant prices of $4495 per month to watch strangers doing… uh… “things” in hotel rooms and bathrooms? Thousands, it turns out! 

Again, the footage was live-streamed in real-time, so it’s luck of the draw whether you’re going to see a babe taking a shower or an 80-year-old man struggling to complete a bowel movement, but who doesn’t like surprises?

Nigel of the Hammer and Nigel show revealed that hidden cameras in hotel rooms is one of his greatest fears. Click the link below to hear more in today’s edition of “Is This Anything?”