Undercover Police: Hunting Pedophiles viewers have praised the show’s officials after the “disgusting” chat room scenes last night.
The Channel 4 Show is a three part series that has been in the works for years.
As a result, on Monday (February 8), a 47-year-old pedophile named Simon was under cover.
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The show stated that Simon enjoyed sexually abusing his 10-year-old daughter and was looking for other men with the same terrible desires.
From there, Simon entered a chat room and soon met another user.
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The user shared the same disgusting fantasies about young girls.
However, the police were shocked to find that the user was an already convicted pedophile.
The person was caught and arrested while the documentary followed his court case.
In the meantime, the episode sheds light on a number of other users as well.
What did the audience say?
The fans praised the brave officers who followed the terrible scenes.
One said on Twitter: “Oooft, this #UndercoverPolice #HuntingPaedophiles is a brutal watch. These cops have to have the toughest jobs, my stomach turns. Naive to think that it isn’t as widespread as it seems. “
Feel physically sick when you watch this. Thank goodness the police here are doing a great job of getting rid of these bad people and keeping our children safe. #HuntingPaedophiles
– JH (@ jaynehawkins11) February 8, 2021
– Amy-May (@AmyMayHenry) February 8, 2021
A second shared, “I just saw Undercover Police: #HuntingPaedophiles. I feel physically sick. Hats off to the policemen involved. “
In addition, a third said, “It must be difficult for the police to sit down and read some of the things they say.”
Hats off to the policemen involved
A fourth wrote, “Feel physically sick when you see this. Thank goodness the police are doing a great job here. “
A fifth also said: “Incredibly difficult watch. I will never know how these UCs do it, but I have the utmost respect for them. Well done to everyone involved. “
What did Channel 4 say?
Alisa Pomeroy, senior commissioning editor for Channel 4 documentaries, said, “This high-performing series is both timely and critically important.
“As a direct result of Covid, millions of children are now stuck at home, bored, hiding in their bedrooms and talking online.
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“Each of them may be open to the sinister practice of online nursing by an increasing number of potential sexual abusers.”
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