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Bosses at Le Freeserve are no doubt fuming today after a newspaper gossip column revealed that some of their staff are peeping Toms and squinting Sarahs.

It seems the ISP's offices are opposite the house of TV celeb and one-time newspaper editor, Janet Street-Porter.

And in the privacy of her own she can't help but walk around without a stitch on and lay out underwear on her bed, so it seems.

Which is exactly what titillates Le Freeswerve's peepers, according to The Scurra in today's Mirror.

A spokeswoman for Le Freeswerve wouldn't say if staff would be reprimanded over the affair.

Asked about the newspaper report, she said: "This is scurrilous."

That move to Algeria any closer? ®

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