Television loves to stare, particularly when something goes wrong.
If there's a murder or an accident, in it goes: pushing and shoving to the front and leaning across the police lines, gawping and passing on every bit of information, all the gruesome gossip. It's even worse in these days of the 24-hour news channels. Everything must feed the monster of the scrolling headline at the bottom of the TV screen.
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