London, May 27 : The family of Austrian incest beast Josef Fritzl is considering moving to Britain in the hope of being able to live a "normal, peaceful" life.
Cellar mum Elisabeth Fritzl and her three children believe Brits are sympathetic to them.
It is also unlikely they will choose a hot country because of their sensitive skin and eyes.
Elisabeth, 42, was imprisoned in her father Josef's cellar and raped for 24 years. She gave birth to seven children fathered by Fritzl, 73, and three of them spent their whole lives underground until their escape last month.
Another three children - Lisa, 16, Monika, 14, and Alexander, 12, - were raised by their grandparents and another died shortly after birth.
Elisabeth and the three basement kids - Kerstin, 19, Stefan, 18, and Felix, six - have been in a secure clinic as they recover from their ordeal.
Security has been stepped up at the hospital in Amstetten following clashes involving journalists and photographers.
"They are being hunted by the media. The family cannot live a normal life in Austria, therefore they'll probably have to move to a nearby country, close enough to go home yet far enough to not be recognised," The Daily Star quoted their lawyer Christoph Herbert, as saying.
"I won't ever tell anyone which country they choose as the family wants to live a normal, peaceful life.
"I'm looking at the options and weighing up opportunities," he added.
Another reason for the family changing their names and leaving Austria is to escape basement beast Fritzl forever.