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Three men have been charged following a break-in at a Level 3 datacentre in central London in the early hours of Monday morning. John Harrison, 31, of no fixed address and Darren May, 23, of Mansell Court in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, were both charged with burglary. Christopher Skutela, 27, of Haymerle Road, Peckham, was charged with …

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For some reason " taken to an East London police station and charged" had me imagine them hooked up to the regional power grid.

Any chance this would be an unofficial recycling effort gone horribly wrong?

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How come

The get caught at L3 , but bt gets raided over and over again ???

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Class B Burglars

Hardly a professional outfit doing a job with 'substances' aboard. Too spaced out to hear the alarms?

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Hmm...

4:04 - datacenter not found...

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Boffin

Go back to killing rats

You would expect this from level 3 burglars- the datacentre was clearly way too out of their league. Perhaps the physical training regimes in prison will enable them to level up a few times before they try again.

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If the BOFH was on duty

it would be the PFY escorting them out of the facility, In a roll of carpet!

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Level 3 burglary?

"I put on my robe & burglars hat."

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@kain

"The get caught at L3 , but bt gets raided over and over again ???"

Because they can't get onsite quick enough from mubai

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"The get caught at L3 , but bt gets raided over and over again ???"

Ok you owe me a new keyboard , and a nice cup of tea.

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@Gilbert Wham

That was too funny.

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I'm wondering what's triggered the alarm

Access pass and a code required to get in through the front doors or the loading bay, then the pass to get to the lifts, a mandatory palm scan upstairs, access code and only then you're inside the colo area. Then you need another (different) code to the door lock.

An insider job?

PS. I feel for the always-asleep security guards at the reception downstairs. Such an abrupt interruption :>

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