Gotta Watch: Caught looking
This worker was caught on live television opening some questionable email attachments while at work.
February 23rd, 2012
12:28 PM ET

Gotta Watch: Caught looking

According to a recent study, men think about sex an average of about 19 times a day. Thinking about it is one thing, but getting caught thinking about it is another. Inspired by yesterday’s video of gawking royalty, today’s Gotta Watch features our top videos of people who should have kept their eyes to themselves.

Caught ogling her royal assets

The title “first gentleman” of Finland may no longer apply after this incident. The husband of Finland President Pentti Arajarvi, is busted sneaking a peek at Princess Mary of Denmark. Watch and judge for yourself what he was really looking at.

Effort to save model-ogler's job

An unfortunate employee is caught on live television looking at something he shouldn’t be while at work. The bank he worked for considered firing him and online movement began sparking a “Save Dave” campaign. Was it a set up? Click and decide for yourself.

Peep window

This seasonal show by XOXO takes a whole new approach to the traditional holiday window display. The risqué display causes shoppers to stop in their tracks and even poses a traffic hazard as nearby drivers take notice. The mostly male crowd continues to gawk all day. Click to see how the models respond.

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  1. dazzle ©

    I would like an email response as to why 2 of my responses were deleted.

    February 23, 2012 at 9:25 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Superman

    Dont any of you people understand a dam thing? The are called ...............................BREASTACLES, whats so difficult about that

    February 24, 2012 at 1:15 am | Report abuse | Reply
  3. Floatingpoint

    This case is much funnier than the video clip. The clip "Caught ogling her royal assets" is a fake. It was combined from two diffrent shots some 8 minutes apart. This has currently been admitted in the public.

    The real dupes are now within the media – including CNN. The Danish television deserves congratulations for this spoof. Unfortunately they also lost some of their credibility – their loss is however small compared to the loss of credibility for international newschannels, TV-show hosts, newspapers, tabloids etc.

    February 27, 2012 at 7:39 am | Report abuse | Reply
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