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Published on Aug 14, 2011
This is the moment two employees of the League Against Cruel Sports, a charity which campaigns against hunting, shooting and other activities, were caught trespassing in a wood in the South of England while trying to spy on someone.
The bungling pair were caught on their own covert surveillance equipment that had been discovered and repositioned to film them trying to retrieve their cameras.
Furthest from the camera is LACS 'investigator' Ed Shephard. Shephard is keen on placing surveillance equipment in woods and hiding in bushes to film people.
Closest to the camera is LACS head of operations Paul Tillsley. Tillsley runs the controversial Baronsdown 'sanctuary' in Somerset where hundreds of deer have died from disease and starvation.