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Channel 4's Hunted is coming back and producers are looking for new contestants, so if you're absolutely amazing at swerving people then why not apply?
If you're the type of person who can happily blank messages all week to stay in with Netflix or can go on the missing list for two days before coming back home all sheepish and apologetic, then why not use your skills for something better than pissing off your nearest and dearest and have a go at winning £100,000.
Yup, one hundred thousand of your English pounds are up for grabs if you successfully manage to go undetected for 28 days, not bad for four week's work, is it?
But the obvious catch is, rather than an angry partner or parent looking for you, you'd have former police and intelligence agents on your case. Still, how hard can it be? Switch your phone off, cut your hair and keep a low profile for a few weeks.
If you're unfamiliar with the show, Hunted puts a group of civilians - or 'fugitives' - out on the run.
Meanwhile, the 'hunters' use a a number of surveillance methods to try and find them, including open source intelligence, interrogation of family members and friends (that'd be me out, my friends would grass me up within minutes) and cyber expertise.
To make it extra tricky, the hunters are granted the same rights as the police would have in a similar situation, for example, they've got access to CCTV.
Think you've got what it takes to beat me and my elite team of hunters? Prove it.
Apply for the next series of #Hunted: https://t.co/LeevDo8S8C pic.twitter.com/hY9bwAE71K
- Hunted HQ (@Hunted_HQ) February 11, 2018
If you're reading all this and reckon this is up your street, then you can apply here. You'll need to include a short video (maximum three minutes) telling producers who you are and why you'd like to go on the run.
The deadline is midday on Monday 12 March, so get cracking with that application if you think you've got what it takes. Good luck.
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