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Swiss Health & Tranquility Law Sparks "Desperate" Snitching To Counter Lockdown-Deniers

A post-corona world has given rise to corona-moral shaming is translating into people snooping and snitching on their neighbors who break social distancing rules to police and town authorities.
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Folks in Switzerland have taken snooping and snitching to an entirely different level during lockdowns, as many have used private detectives to do their dirty work, reported Reuters.

Christian Sideris, the founder of Seeclop, a Geneva-based private eye, has said requests for snooping on neighbors have been extraordinary, considering people have been confined to their homes for at least a month, many are living in frustrations of others around them.

"We have a lot of these types of cases because people are confined and on top of each other all day," Sideris said, describing some callers as "desperate."

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"Snooping and snitching..." not the best humankind has to offer, is it?!?

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