Its head of video, Shaun Dyos, recently spent a week on the loch hunting for Nessie. He chartered a boat and assembled a crew with spearguns, sound devices that "experts" claim attract the monster to the boat and HD cameras to record the whole escapade. He's editing the film now - no doubt making full use of a CGI monster-shaped shadow. What's even harder to swallow is that his agency funded the whole exercise. WCRS's parent, Engine, gives all employees the chance to get £5,000 and a week off to the fulfil their lifetime ambition - and hunting a fake Scottish monster was Dyos'. What's next? Santa Claus is probably crapping himself.
Most adults will agree, there is no Loch Ness Monster. But just try telling WCRS that.