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Not How You Want to Grow a Carpet Cleaning Business...

May 29, 2012

A tradesman allegedly caught in a Target TV show sting committing an indecent act at a customer's house has been granted interim name suppression to protect his wife and child, according to a recent story in a New Zealand newspaper.


The man appeared in the Manukau District Court charged with burglary and wilfully accessing a computer and was remanded on bail to reappear in court next month.


In an episode aired last night, TV3 consumer show Target employed a carpet cleaning firm to clean a filthy lounge floor and a red wine stain in the master bedroom as part of its weekly hidden camera trial.


The footage, filmed on May 4, showed the cleaner going through the homeowner's chest of drawers then examining her laundry basket where he sniffs several items of clothing.


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