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Filthy PCs: The X-rated circus of horrors

Grotesque dust creatures and mummified frogs

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Now, here's what happens if you don't move in and eliminate PC lifeforms at the fan stage - they break out and threaten civilisation, as Mark Cooney can attest:

Back of PC case featuring major dust puppy

Stateside Adam's back, with another example...

Another PC case exterior caked in dust

...and a shaken anonymous correspondent shows an amorphous dust creature isolated from a workstation in a West Midlands hospital:

Large dust puppy removed from workstation

I personally would have nailed that to the desk before whipping out the camera. It looks like it's waiting to clamp itself to someone's face.

Anthony Hegedus also risked life and limb to bring us images of a customer's PC - "about the worst we've seen", he notes:

PC case and cover with much, much dust

Those of you with nerves of steel are invited to turn the page for further horror from Anthony. It's less a PC interior...

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